It`s the offseason and not alot of posts I thought I`d look up the lack of doubleheaders. In 2014 & 2015 the Sox played 2 each year. In the 60`s they played 14 in 68 & 69. Over 20 every other year with a high of 26 in 66. That`s close to 1/4 of their games. In the 70`s it started dropping into the teens and single digits. The 80`s started seeing single digit seasons. The AL started the 162 game schedule in 1961 and the NL the next year in 1962, but they were still playing quite a few before. I got my info off Retrosheet. I guess for Ernie Banks to say let`s play 2 wasn`t that uncommon. Last year they added a roster spot for doubleheaders. I just wonder if they expand rosters in the new CBA, could they play more doubleheaders again? I`m in Tennessee and if I could fly up for a doubleheader it would be great. They even played some back to back days.