- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Fri
- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sat - Sun
- by Rick D. on 06/06/2015
Great place to watch a game can't wait to bring my son there so he can see his first game there too.
- by alex.. on 07/18/2012
My God, this place is a horrible example of a ball park. Alhough it is empty all the time and you can sit where you want. It still a horrible place to watch a game. Much like the team lacks fans. This place lacks class. I only hope they don't make the Cubs play here durring renovation. although 5 sguare miles of parking is a plus. And at least the park district might sell out the seats for a change.
- by on 04/18/2011
Went to see Sox/Angels game. Had a great time. This ball park is clean and full of real baseball fans. I even met a Cub fan that not only enjoyed the game but loved the park. He could not believe that no matter where you sit you can see all the action. I grew up 2 blocks from Wrigley Field and attended both Cub and Sox games. You do have to admit that U.S. Cellular is a better ball park than Wrigley. I still do take in a few games a year at Wrigley.
- by mrlmichael on 02/22/2010
Came to this park from Detroit in 2008 to catch a Tigers game. This park is stuck inbetween and struggles to find an identity to me. It lacks a lot of the luxury of the newer parks but isn't an old classic like Wrigley or Fenway. The seats in the upper level are awful and at a terrible angle. Sox fans are also really rude and immature wherever they are and that includes their home park. Nothing compared to Wrigley!
- by ayyyveee on 04/10/2009
My god this place is as horrible as the team that inhabits it. The neighborhood is awful, and abandoned. I would never want to take my children here. Weren't they suposed to have rennovated this place. You still can't judge the game from the upper deck, not that you have to cause even the supposed fans dont even show up to this stink pit.
- by uveee01 on 10/16/2008
The two times i was here this year ,it was the same. Rude service, rough neighborhood, cold food, etc. No wonder people dont go to games here. It is better to watch the games on tv.
- by avail04 on 10/16/2008
The food is good, however from the upper deck you cannot judge where any ball is going. Even with the supposed rennovations to a brand new ball park the place still sucks. If you go to a sox game you might also want to bring along a bullit proof vest. The local neighbors over there like taking shots at the seats from their apartments. After the game you can't go anywhere but home. The mayor made sure to close all the bars in the area . essentialy the park is surrounded by one big parking lot. Lots of parking for a team that has so few fans. I can't believe they would stick the tax payers with such a hell hole of a ball park when you have other cities building far superior stadiums.
- by on 04/09/2008
Quite possibly one of the most modern ballparks in the US. I remember when the park was first built in the early 1990s to replace old Comiskey Park. Ironically, this IS and STILL Comiskey Park to me (stupid corporate sponsoring renamed and recolored the park from blue to black). Compared to Wrigley, this is considered to be the ballpark for the ""New Generation"", equipped with digital scoreboard, lights, and fireworks. It's easier to get to as well either via Red or Green Lines to 35th or finding on-site parking in their lots. The food is so much better than the North Side counterpart, and the history of the park and the 2005 Would Series Champions White Sox is displayed all over the park. On hot summer days, they provided a 'sprinkler room"" to help cool you down from the hot sun. this is indeed the park for the ""new Generation"" of Chicago baseball fans and will probably be around well past Wrigley's time. GO GO WHITE SOX!!!
- by on 07/13/2004
its a great place to be around real fans.great atmosphere and great food!its better than the dump on the north side.highly recommended!
- by on 06/07/2004
The park has evolved quite a bit since it was built. The recent additions continue to add to the fan experience by offering better views of the game, more concessions and an improved scoreboard (I wish they would show more replays). The park is much safer than people tend to beleive and has convienient parking and el access.
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