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Where do the Chicago White Sox play?

U.S. Cellular Field   U.S. Cellular Field commonly referred to as "The Cell" (formerly New Comiskey Park). It is the home of the Chicago White Sox of the American League. (MORE)

Why are the Chicago sox called White Sox?

The Chicago White Sox is the teams official name. They, as you may already know are member of the MLB; Major League Baseball. They were originally known as the (Chicago) White (MORE)

How did the name Chicago White Sox originate and what are sox?

The White Sox were enfranchised in 1894 and were known then as the Sioux City Corn Huskers, from there they moved to St. Paul and eventually settled on Chicago's South Side in (MORE)

What is Chicago White Sox stadium called?

Formerly known as Comiskey Park (1910 - 1990) and "New Comiskey Park" (1991 - 2003) U.S. Cellular bought the naming rights for nearly 70 million dollars; officially making Com (MORE)

Famous Chicago White Sox?

There are far too many to name here. The Chicago White Sox franchise has existed for more than 100 years. They are one of the Original 8 teams that formed the American League. (MORE)