- 1 What is Comiskey Park now called?
- 2 Is the White Sox stadium in a safe area?
- 3 Is guaranteed rate field safe?
- 4 What happened to the Comiskey Park scoreboard?
- 5 What is the oldest baseball stadium?
- 6 What train goes to White Sox stadium?
- 7 Where do you park for a White Sox game?
- 8 Can I bring a backpack to White Sox game?
- 9 Can I bring a bag into Guaranteed Rate Field?
- 10 Do I have to wear a mask at Guaranteed Rate Field?
- 11 Why does Chicago have two baseball teams?
- 12 Who played at Comiskey Park?
- 13 Is Comiskey Park in a bad neighborhood?
What is Comiskey Park now called?
2003 Season: Comiskey Park was renamed U.S. Cellular Field.
Is the White Sox stadium in a safe area?
No it’s not a safe place to explore. Plus, there really isn’t anyplace to explore. What you do is get off the red line, walk to the park with the crowds, game over, you walk back to the red line with the crowds.
Is guaranteed rate field safe?
The neighborhood is not really safe, but if you’re going to the game and back, you’ll be fine. The train ride home gets crowded though. I could take or leave this stadium! Only go if it’s your only chance to see your favorite team, which I hope is not the White Sox.
What happened to the Comiskey Park scoreboard?
Veeck’s board had its share of miscues. “Once the Sox hit back-to-back homers,” the Tribune’s David Condon wrote in 1982, “and the scoreboard had not been reloaded to salute the second blast. Then in 1991, when Comiskey Park was dismantled, the last part to be torn down was Veeck’s monster.
What is the oldest baseball stadium?
The oldest MLB ballpark is the home field of the Boston Red Sox – Fenway Park. Officially opened in 1912, this stadium is still operating to this day.
What train goes to White Sox stadium?
The ballpark is just a block west of the Sox-35th stop on the CTA Red Line. To get to the Sox-35th stop from the north (including downtown), take a Red Line train toward 95th/Dan Ryan.
Where do you park for a White Sox game?
Limited day-of-game parking is available in parking lots south of 35th Street (Lots E, F, L). Parking is $25 and can be paid with major credit cards. Day-of-game parking and the overflow lot at IIT must exit at Pershing (traveling from the north) or 39th Street (traveling from the south).
Can I bring a backpack to White Sox game?
Bag Policy No bags will be permitted inside of the ballpark. Exceptions will be made for medical bags, small clutch purses and diaper bags, but only if an infant is present, according to the team.
Can I bring a bag into Guaranteed Rate Field?
Guests are permitted to bring food items into the park provided they are in a clear plastic bag which will fit underneath their seat. No other bags are allowed into the ballpark. Exceptions will be made for medical bags, small clutch purses (under 9″x5″ in size) and diaper bags when infant is present.
Do I have to wear a mask at Guaranteed Rate Field?
In accordance with the City of Chicago’s indoor mask mandate that went into effect on August 20, all fans will be required to wear face masks in indoor sections of Guaranteed Rate Field, regardless of vaccination status.
Why does Chicago have two baseball teams?
Why Does Chicago Have 2 Baseball Teams? After two years of conflict in the “Baseball War”, the two leagues agreed in a “Peace Pact” to recognize each other as the major leagues. Thus, now Chicago has two teams playing for the two major leagues, i.e., The Chicago Cubs and The Chicago White Sox.
Who played at Comiskey Park?
Located on Chicago’s south side stood Comiskey Park, home of the Chicago White Sox for 80 seasons. This classic ballpark was home to one White Sox championship team and great players such as Luke Appling, Ted Lyons, Nelli Fox, Carlton Fisk and Harold Baines.
Is Comiskey Park in a bad neighborhood?
I went to a White Sox game at US Cellular simply to see the stadium in my quest to see all MLB stadiums. It is a fairly basic stadium, and it’s nothing that is going to wow you. The neighborhood is not really safe, but if you’re going to the game and back, you’ll be fine.