U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, opened back in 1991 and was built directly across from old Comiskey Park. The stadium was the first new major sporting facility built in Chicago since Chicago Stadium in 1929. (source: Wikipedia)
Over the course of its time, U.S. Cellular Field has almost exclusively been used for White Sox home baseball games. It hosted the MLB All Star Game back in 2003 and it has seen three no hitters thrown on its pitching mound – two by Mark Buehrle (including his 2009 perfect game) and one by Francisco Liriano, then of the Minnesota Twins.
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For a look at the seating chart for U.S. Cellular Field, check out the image below. The venue seats 40,615 as of the 2012 season.
U.S. Cellular Field Tours
U.S. Cellular Field offers tours of the ballpark. In a description found on the White Sox website, here is what one can expect on a tour:
U.S. Cellular Field tours are available for groups of 10 or more on Tuesdays and Fridays – 10:30 a.m. on game days and 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on non-game days. Tours include the home dugout, the press box, the field, the suites and the Stadium Club . Advance reservations are required. For details and rates, call 312-674-1000.