U.S. Cellular Field
There’s an abundance of empty seats at U.S. Cellular Field today.
Hopeless romantic “Mike” on Monday offered his hand in marriage to “Heather”–proposing to spend one day a year with her for the rest of his life.
Opening Day is next week for the White Sox and the Cubs, so Chicago police and each team’s alderman were reaching out to fans Friday to prepare them for a few changes in store this year.
Opening Day for the White Sox is two weeks away. So, will U.S. Cellular Field’s playing surface be ready after this harsh winter?
A federal holiday to sit out in the freezing cold doesn’t sound pleasant.
Three people were shot Tuesday near U.S. Cellular Field following a police chase.
The White Sox open their home slate on March 31 against the Twins.
If last night was any indication, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is in for a rough go.
The seasons may be lost, the next few weeks part garage sale, part a bridge between a Blackhawks parade and Marc Trestman’s opening press conference at training camp (it’s less than three weeks away, by the way). But tonight, a Chicago tradition is renewed. It’s a tradition worth appreciating.
There’s plenty for Blackhawks fans to celebrate lately. Their second Stanley Cup in four years. Patrick Kane being named the playoff MVP. A victory parade through downtown and a rally at Grant Park on Friday.
Vendors who sell beer, hot dogs, game programs, and more in the stands at Chicago sporting events are in for a rough – but lucrative – six days at work.
Tonight’s White Sox-Indians game at U.S. Cellular Field has been postponed.
Bossard joined The McNeil & Spiegel Show on 670 The Score to talk about how he maintains the field through harsh Chicago winters and gets it looking perfect by early April.
Starting in the 2013 season, the White Sox will unveil “Family Sundays.”
If you’re a U.S. Cellular customer in the Chicago area, you’ll be getting a new wireless provider, after the company announced it is selling its Chicago market to rival Sprint.
Down on the South Side – not unlike Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and Area 51 – U.S. Cellular Field continues to be a mystery as the ballpark once again this season served as the Bermuda Triangle of Major League Baseball.
There will be a baseball rematch at U.S. Cellular Field Friday night, between the Chicago Fire and Police departments.
Head out to the game and enjoy some food while you’re at it.
With a downtown baseball stadium and a South Side enclosed-roof football facility, Chicago could have spent the past two decades hosting Super Bowls and Final Fours – as well as large crowds at White Sox games.
Whatever the response to the pointing out of you not showing up to games may be, let’s face it. You’re cheap, White Sox fans.