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2000 Chicago White Sox 2000 Chicago White Sox
Record 95-67 .586
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Standings Won the AL Central
Pythagorean 92-70, 93-69, 93-69
Runs (S/A) 978 / 839
PostseasonLost ALDS 3-0 to Seattle Mariners
BallparkNew Comiskey Park
Park FactorsBatting: 105 / Pitching: 105
Attendance1,947,799 (9th) (20th)
Fancost$123 (18th) / $9,939
Payroll/Avg$36,944,286 / $1,360,172 (21th)
OpExp/$PV$74,000,000 / $778,947
Rev/OpInc$92,000,000 / $17,000,000
Spring TrainingTucson, Arizona (Tucson Electric Park)
ManagerJerry Manuel
CoachesArt Kusnyer, Joe Nossek, Nardi Contreras, Bryan Little, Von Joshua, Wallace Johnson, Man Soo Lee
ExecutivesChairman: Jerry Reinsdorf, General Manager: Ron Schueler , General Manager: Ken Williams
Minor Leagues(AAA) Charlotte Knights, (AA) Birmingham Barons, (A) Burlington Bees, (A) Winston-Salem Warthogs, (Rookie) Bristol White Sox
Radio (WMVP) Ed Farmer, John Rooney
TV (WGN/WCIU) Darrin Jackson, Ken Harrelson
Cable TV (Fox Sports Net) Darrin Jackson, Ken Harrelson

The 2000 Chicago White Sox went 95-67 and finished 1st in the American League Central. The White Sox drew 1,947,799 to New Comiskey Park. James Baldwin, Ray Durham and Magglio Ordonez made the All-Star team.

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