U.S. Cellular Field
A year after opening the state-of-the-art Bacardi At The Park bar and grill, the White Sox are boasting an equally impressive structure right next door.
With massive changes on the field, the White Sox have also made some changes in the food served at U.S. Cellular Field.
Even the most seasoned baseball observers among you might not realize that, in spite of that White Sox title in 2005, Chicago still remains a championship graveyard.
If the Cubs do end up playing the 2013 season at the Cell, they won’t be the first MLB team to spend a prolonged period playing home games at their intercity rival’s ballpark.
This season the White Sox will use dynamic ticket pricing throughout the entire ballpark for all home games.
A state employee is under the microscope for trading the use of a White Sox skybox for passes to Lollapalooza.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expressing concern after the city had to make up a $1.1 million dollar shortfall in tax revenue for renovations at U.S. Cellular Field and Soldier Field.
If you’re a White Sox fan, you’ve probably been to Bacardi at the Park, but did you know that you paid for it?
Health inspectors have found numerous critical violations at both U.S. Cellular Field and Wrigley Field, according to a report.
The Chicago White Sox honored former Mayor Richard M. Daley on Wednesday with “Mayor Daley Night” at U.S. Cellular Field.
CHICAGO (CBS) – The Chicago White Sox honored former Mayor Richard M. Daley on Wednesday with “Mayor Daley Night” at U.S. Cellular Field. Daley also received an award, two team jerseys, and commemorative bricks during […]
Pastor Joel Osteen is in Chicago this week getting ready for a big service at U.S. Cellular Field on Saturday night. He spoke with CBS 2′s Jim Williams about this message and about what some of his critics say.
The Chicago White Sox have unveiled a statue in the outfield concourse to honor former slugger Frank Thomas.
The White Sox and Cubs played in front of a crowd of roughly 36,000 on Monday night as the North Siders got big games from Starlin Castro and Carlos Pena in a 6-3 victory in the first game of the 2011 series.
Tonight we start our biannual ritual of the White Sox versus the Cubs. Some say the novelty has faded after all these years and there probably is something to that. But the ballparks will be filled (maybe?) for a few days to make the beer distributors happy.
Pittsburgh’s PNC Park tops the list for statistician Nate Silver’s rankings of the best ballparks, while Wrigley Field just barely makes the top 10.
One of the really dangerous things to do is declare a baseball season over on Memorial Day.
Tonight we start what is now the annual ritual of baseball known as interleague play. At this point the feeling about these games is roughly the same as going to the annual family outing with relatives who are not particularly liked.
In the opening series of the 2011 season, things went about as expected, with the Chicago White Sox taking two of three games from the Cleveland Indians. Since that point, the seasons for the two teams have been surprising.
After a positive road trip, the Chicago White Sox return home feeling confident that they can turn the season around. But finding success over their upcoming homestand could be difficult.