1914 Chicago White Sox Schedule

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1914 Chicago White Sox with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1914 season.

"The baseball season - six months & 2,106 games - is flat out long, and it's a rare one of those games that doesn't ramble or sputter or digress or somehow violate the rules of dramatic narrative. Baseball takes its own sweet time reaching its conclusions." - Dwight Allen in Reds, Yanks and O's (1989)
1914 Chicago White Sox


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Complete Schedule

1
04-14-1914
5-2
W
1-0
2
04-15-1914
2-1
W
2-0
3
04-16-1914
1-0
W
3-0
4
04-17-1914
6-5
W
4-0
5
04-18-1914
5-3
W
5-0
6
04-19-1914
1-5
L
5-1
7
04-21-1914
6-1
W
6-1
8
04-22-1914
7-0
W
7-1
9
04-23-1914
1-4
L
7-2
10
04-25-1914
0-1
L
7-3
11
04-26-1914
2-4
L
7-4
12
04-28-1914
1-4
L
7-5
13
04-29-1914
0-1
L
7-6
14
04-30-1914
4-5
L
7-7
15
05-01-1914
2-3
L
7-8
16
05-02-1914
1-2
L
7-9
17
05-03-1914
4-3
W
8-9
18
05-04-1914
0-1
L
8-10
19
05-05-1914
8-1
W
9-10
20
05-06-1914
2-4
L
9-11
21
05-08-1914
8-10
L
9-12
22
05-09-1914
4-7
L
9-13
23
05-10-1914
1-0
W
10-13
24
05-12-1914
2-3
L
10-14
25
05-13-1914
9-2
W
11-14
26
05-14-1914
0-1
L
11-15
27
05-15-1914
3-6
L
11-16
28
05-16-1914
3-4
L
11-17
29
05-18-1914
1-3
L
11-18
30
05-19-1914
3-0
W
12-18
31
05-20-1914
5-2
W
13-18
32
05-21-1914
5-2
W
14-18
33
05-22-1914
0-1
L
14-19
34
05-23-1914
2-6
L
14-20
35
05-25-1914
1-0
W
15-20
36
05-26-1914
2-1
W
16-20
37
05-28-1914
1-6
L
16-21
38-I
05-30-1914
6-3
W
17-21
39-II
05-30-1914
1-2
L
17-22
40
05-31-1914
6-1
W
18-22
41
06-01-1914
1-2
L
18-23
42
06-02-1914
2-5
L
18-24
43
06-03-1914
2-6
L
18-25
44
06-04-1914
2-0
W
19-25
45
06-06-1914
1-1
T
19-25-1
46
06-07-1914
4-0
W
20-25-1
47
06-08-1914
1-0
W
21-25-1
48
06-09-1914
7-4
W
22-25-1
49
06-10-1914
2-0
W
23-25-1
50
06-11-1914
2-4
L
23-26-1
51
06-12-1914
0-5
L
23-27-1
52
06-14-1914
3-8
L
23-28-1
53
06-15-1914
4-9
L
23-29-1
54
06-16-1914
7-10
L
23-30-1
55
06-17-1914
5-0
W
24-30-1
56
06-18-1914
0-8
L
24-31-1
57
06-19-1914
3-2
W
25-31-1
58
06-20-1914
5-2
W
26-31-1
59
06-21-1914
5-3
W
27-31-1
60
06-22-1914
5-4
W
28-31-1
61
06-24-1914
5-2
W
29-31-1
62
06-25-1914
3-2
W
30-31-1
63
06-26-1914
2-1
W
31-31-1
64
06-27-1914
0-2
L
31-32-1
65-I
06-28-1914
2-1
W
32-32-1
66-II
06-28-1914
3-2
W
33-32-1
67
06-29-1914
3-2
W
34-32-1
68
06-30-1914
1-8
L
34-33-1
69
07-03-1914
3-2
W
35-33-1
70-I
07-04-1914
4-3
W
36-33-1
71-II
07-04-1914
9-0
W
37-33-1
72
07-05-1914
6-3
W
38-33-1
73-I
07-08-1914
4-2
W
39-33-1
74-II
07-08-1914
5-4
W
40-33-1
75
07-09-1914
3-2
W
41-33-1
76
07-10-1914
1-5
L
41-34-1
77
07-11-1914
4-9
L
41-35-1
78-I
07-13-1914
2-0
W
42-35-1
79-II
07-13-1914
1-3
L
42-36-1
80-I
07-15-1914
3-2
W
43-36-1
81-II
07-15-1914
1-2
L
43-37-1
82
07-16-1914
6-10
L
43-38-1
83-I
07-18-1914
1-4
L
43-39-1
84-II
07-18-1914
1-5
L
43-40-1
85
07-20-1914
0-3
L
43-41-1
86
07-21-1914
0-4
L
43-42-1
87
07-22-1914
9-5
W
44-42-1
88
07-23-1914
3-5
L
44-43-1
89
07-25-1914
1-0
W
45-43-1
90-I
07-26-1914
0-1
L
45-44-1
91-II
07-26-1914
7-3
W
46-44-1
92
07-27-1914
0-5
L
46-45-1
93
07-28-1914
6-2
W
47-45-1
94
07-29-1914
4-8
L
47-46-1
95
07-30-1914
0-4
L
47-47-1
96
07-31-1914
1-5
L
47-48-1
97
08-01-1914
2-4
L
47-49-1
98
08-02-1914
2-5
L
47-50-1
99
08-03-1914
9-8
W
48-50-1
100
08-04-1914
4-5
L
48-51-1
101
08-05-1914
4-7
L
48-52-1
102
08-07-1914
2-0
W
49-52-1
103-I
08-08-1914
4-3
W
50-52-1
104-II
08-08-1914
1-3
L
50-53-1
105
08-09-1914
2-1
W
51-53-1
106-I
08-11-1914
2-0
W
52-53-1
107-II
08-11-1914
2-0
W
53-53-1
108
08-12-1914
3-5
L
53-54-1
109
08-14-1914
6-4
W
54-54-1
110
08-15-1914
4-7
L
54-55-1
111-I
08-16-1914
3-1
W
55-55-1
112-II
08-16-1914
7-9
L
55-56-1
113-I
08-19-1914
1-3
L
55-57-1
114-II
08-19-1914
1-4
L
55-58-1
115
08-20-1914
2-3
L
55-59-1
116
08-22-1914
2-5
L
55-60-1
117
08-24-1914
2-1
W
56-60-1
118
08-25-1914
0-9
L
56-61-1
119
08-26-1914
0-5
L
56-62-1
120
08-27-1914
1-6
L
56-63-1
121
08-28-1914
8-5
W
57-63-1
122
08-29-1914
2-1
W
58-63-1
123
08-31-1914
4-3
W
59-63-1
124
09-01-1914
5-4
W
60-63-1
125
09-02-1914
4-4
T
60-63-2
126-I
09-05-1914
4-6
L
60-64-2
127-II
09-05-1914
3-0
W
61-64-2
128
09-06-1914
6-1
W
62-64-2
129-I
09-07-1914
8-7
W
63-64-2
130-II
09-07-1914
0-3
L
63-65-2
131
09-08-1914
1-3
L
63-66-2
132
09-11-1914
3-5
L
63-67-2
133
09-12-1914
2-4
L
63-68-2
134
09-13-1914
3-4
L
63-69-2
135
09-14-1914
6-6
T
63-69-3
136-I
09-16-1914
1-2
L
63-70-3
137-II
09-16-1914
1-3
L
63-71-3
138
09-17-1914
2-7
L
63-72-3
139
09-18-1914
7-5
W
64-72-3
140
09-19-1914
1-4
L
64-73-3
141-I
09-20-1914
1-3
L
64-74-3
142-II
09-20-1914
6-3
W
65-74-3
143
09-21-1914
1-6
L
65-75-3
144-I
09-22-1914
9-1
W
66-75-3
145-II
09-22-1914
7-4
W
67-75-3
146
09-24-1914
4-6
L
67-76-3
147
09-25-1914
1-3
L
67-77-3
148
09-26-1914
3-9
L
67-78-3
149-I
09-27-1914
6-8
L
67-79-3
150-II
09-27-1914
4-3
W
68-79-3
151
09-28-1914
2-5
L
68-80-3
152
09-29-1914
4-10
L
68-81-3
153
09-30-1914
5-6
L
68-82-3
154
10-02-1914
5-1
W
69-82-3
155-I
10-03-1914
1-7
L
69-83-3
156-II
10-03-1914
0-4
L
69-84-3
157
10-04-1914
5-1
W
70-84-3


The 1914 Chicago White Sox (click team name for complete roster) home / road splits for the regular season were 43-37-1 (0.538 winning percentage) at home and 27-47-2 (0.365 winning percentage) away.

Did you know that the 1914 Chicago White Sox were 16-11 in June? We hope you enjoy using the charts below to review other similar schedule splits:

Monthly Splits
Month (Games) Won Lost WP
April (14) 7 7 0.500
May (26) 11 15 0.423
June (28) 16 11 0.593
July (28) 13 15 0.464
August (27) 12 15 0.444
September (30) 9 19 0.321
October (4) 2 2 0.500
Team vs Team Splits
Opponent (Games) Won Lost WP
Boston Red Sox (22) 9 13 0.409
Cleveland Naps (22) 13 9 0.591
Detroit Tigers (22) 6 16 0.273
New York Yankees (23) 12 10 0.545
Philadelphia Athletics (22) 5 17 0.227
St. Louis Browns (23) 13 9 0.591
Washington Senators (23) 12 10 0.545
Score Related Splits
Type (Games) Won Lost WP
Shutouts (34) 17 17 0.500
1-Run Games (49) 30 19 0.612
Blowouts (25) 9 16 0.360

During the regular season the 1914 Chicago White Sox scored the most runs (9) on May 13, 1914 versus the Washington Senators. The most runs scored against them (10) was played on May 8, 1914 versus the Detroit Tigers.

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