Coldest White Sox Home Openers in Guaranteed Rate Field History

Baseball in Chicago tends to be a cold activity during the month of April, and Guaranteed Rate Field has seen some really chilly temperatures on Opening Day.

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At first pitch, the temperature is predicted to hit 39 degrees, which would rank the game as one of the coldest Opening Day's in White Sox history.
Here is the list of the coldest Opening Day games in the ballpark's history.
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The coldest Opening Day game in Guaranteed Rate Field history, according to Baseball Reference, took place against the Tigers in 2013, when the mercury plunged to 37 degrees.
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The 2011 home opener saw a game time temperature of 39 degrees, much to the chilled chagrin of fans and players alike.
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In recent years, Opening Day has generally been at least somewhat warm, but this one was an exception as the Indians and White Sox played with the temperature clocking in at 39 degrees.
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The Rangers and White Sox contested this home opener with the mercury barely hitting 40 degrees.
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Just one year after the ballpark opened, Sox fans were treated to a game against the Mariners where the temperature only climbed to 41 degrees.
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