Chicago White Sox
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Chicago White Sox information
The White Sox play at US Cellular Field (aka the Cell, though often referred to by its pre-corporate-sponsorship name, Comiskey Park). Less loved than the Cubs despite their 2005 World Series win, the Sox resort to more promotions (free hot dogs, fireworks etc) and cheaper tickets to lure fans to their southerly location. Tickets are half-price most Mondays.
Tickets are available through the team’s website, at the ballpark box office or at any Ticketmaster outlet. Sellouts aren’t usually an issue. The Cell sports a couple of cool features, such as the Bullpen Bar, where you sip your beer practically right freakin’ on the field; and the pet check, which allows dog owners to bring Fido to the game and drop him off with a babysitter for a fee.