U.S. Cellular Field
Chicago White Sox
U.S. Cellular Field, 333 West 35th Steet, Chicago IL 60616 Google Maps
U.S. Cellular Field has been the home of the Chicago White Sox since 1991. U.S. Cellular Field replaced Comiskey Park which was across 35th Street from the new ballpark. Comiskey Park was torn down after U.S. Cellular Field opened.
U.S. Cellular Field is located south of downtown Chicago. CTA Red Line provides service to 35th Street, two blocks east of U.S. Cellular Field.
Chicago White Sox Premium Tickets
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Chicago White Sox History
The Chicago White Sox won the World Series in 2005 defeating the Houston Astros. That was the first world championship by the White Sox since 1917. The White Sox won the American League pennant in 1959 to break a long steak of New York Yankee pennants.
Luis Aparicio was a slick fielding, speedy shortstop for the Chicago White Sox from 1956 to 1962 and from 1968 to 1970. Aparicio had the most chances, assists and double plays as a shortstop in baseball when he retired. Aparicio was American League rookie of the year in 1956 and led the league in stolen bases. He led the league in stolen bases the first nine years of his career. Aparicio is in the Baseball Hall of Fame.