U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago White Sox: Know Your Ballpark

Don JulioContributor IIIJuly 16, 2012

Opening Day: April 18, 1991

Location of Park: 333 West 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60616 

Capacity: 40,615

About U.S. Cellular Field: 

Formerly known as New Comiskey Park, U.S. Cellular Field has been the home of the Chicago White Sox since 1991.

Located in Chicago’s Armour Square neighborhood, “The Cell” was built just across the street from its predecessor, the old Comiskey Park, which was named after the team’s founder and original owner, Charlie Comiskey.

The stadium has appeared in numerous baseball films, such as Rookie of the Year (1993), Major League II (1994) and Little Big League (1994). The park has only hosted one World Series since it opened in 2005.

About Don Julio and Know Your Ballpark: 

This summer, Bleacher Report and Don Julio have teamed up to get you to “Know Your Ballpark” and know your tequila! You can learn more about your favorite ballparks by clicking here.

*All baseball ballpark stats found at http://www.baseball-reference.com

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