With a franchise history stretching all the way back to the last decade of the
nineteenth century, the Chicago White Sox have long been an institution in the history
of American baseball. Chicago White Sox tickets treated fans to the teams first
American league pennant way back in 1901, although the team was known as
the "White Stockings" until 1904, Chicago White Sox tickets have given fans access to
the team that has so long been a favorite of area residents; to this day those lucky
enough to hold Chicago White Sox tickets are able to witness history in the making
with each game played. Learning more about the early history of the team can give
you a greater appreciation for its history, legacy and the past achievements that
continue to capture the imagination of today's fans.
In mid 1920 the team was the center of, what was then, the biggest scandal of its
history. The infamous "Eight Men Out" scandal rocked fans to their core as those
accused of taking part in the scandal were banned from baseball for life. Chicago
White Sox tickets become a less valuable commodity through the 50's as committed
fans remained steadfast in their support despite the tougher times the team was
faced with. Today fans of the team clamor to secure their Chicago White Sox tickets
and watch as the team continues to delight and thrill with events like the third perfect
game to be thrown in all of baseball history, a feat accomplished by Phillip Humber
during the 2012 season.
Today, Chicago White Sox tickets will allow you access to U.S. Cellular Field, a park first
built in the 1980's and originally known as New Comiskey Park. With sales of Chicago
White Sox tickets to the inaugural season of the park setting an all time attendance
record for volume of spectators to any Chicago stadium, the facility has succeeded in
capturing the nostalgia that fans feel, thanks to parks that have been designed to
recapture the golden age of the game. The Field has been giving holders of Chicago
White Sox tickets a chance to glimpse a little of the splendor and appeal that helped
make the game what it is today. With a series of recent (and ongoing) renovations,
U.S. Cellular Field has succeeded in attempts to keep up with new trends and
technology, offering those with Chicago White Sox tickets the most comfortable
environment possible to enjoy the game.
Fans of the team are able to enjoy local games in true style when they visit the park
where the purchase of Chicago White Sox tickets will give them a glimpse of the team
in action. Along with Southpaw, the team's mascot since 2004, there have been
countless visitors and spectators who have delighted at the chance to see the team do
what they do best. The small cost of purchase for Chicago White Sox tickets brings
with it the chance for fans of the franchise to participate in the long and distinguished
history of the team, the sport and the game itself, giving them the opportunity to
experience firsthand the thrills and excitement that the team has been providing fans
for over a century.
3-11-14: Opening day starter Chris Sale pitched a solid two-hit 5 inning game vs the Brewers this past Monday. Sale struck out three during the campaign. Sale is a two time all star. Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke challenged a call to raise his Spring Training total to 5. Each of the 5 challenges were upheld by the umpires.
3-5-14: Chicago White Sox made a major score this off-season when they landed Cuban defect Jose a brave to play first base for them. The early returns on Abreu are raving as the White Sox general manager said that He is better than he expected. The White Sox also added relief pitcher Mitchell Boggs to a one year contract worth just over $1 million. Boggs spent last year in Colorado and May 27 appearances.
3-4-14: The owner of the White Sox and Bulls, Jerry Reinsdorf suffered a heartbreaking loss with the death of his son, David earlier this week. He was 51 years old. The Sox and Kansas City Royals offered a moment of silence in memoriam of David before their spring training game this past Monday.
2-26-14: Single-game Chicago White Sox tickets go on sale to the general public via WhiteSox.com on Friday, February 28th at 10:00 AM. However, the ticket offices at US Cellular will not be open. That will open on Saturday, March 1st and those offices are open from 10 AM to 6 PM on weekdays, and 10 AM to 4 PM every Saturday and Sunday.
1-24-14: After the emergence of Chris Sale and his dominant pitching the White Sox have to feel good about where they are heading from an organizational standpoint and is one of the reasons they extended manager Robin Ventura’s contract on a multiyear deal.
1-7-14: The Chicago White Sox made a huge splash when they signed Cuban defect Jose Abreu to a six-year deal worth $68 million. The White Sox are also feeling trade offers for Alejandro De aza. The newest member of the ballclub is left-handed pitchers Scott Downs who agreed to a one-year deal with 4 million with a 4.2 million Dollar club option for 2015.
12-9-13: Last season the Chicago White Sox finished in last place morning only 63 games and being outscored by their opponents by hundred and 25 runs. This comes as a disappointing surprise being that the Chicago White Sox have the ninth highest payroll in baseball at over $124 million. This off-season did possess some good news for the Chicago White Sox as they were the winners of the rights to Cuban defector Jose Abreu. I'll bring you is a 26-year-old first baseman with some serious power. The White Sox signed a bring you to a six-year deal with $60 million including a $10 million signing bonus.
8-20-13: The Chicago White Sox have won three games in a row but are beyond eliminated in terms of playoff contention. The White Sox are currently 23.5 games out of first place and have a winning percentage of just .398. This week the Chicago White Sox will travel to Kansas City to face the Royals. Starting pitcher Chrisdale is having a good year despite a not so good record of nine – 11. Sale has an ERA of just 2.78
8-6-13: The Chicago White Sox are in last place and recently just unloaded Jake Peavy to the Red Sox. At 27 games under .500 they virtually have no chance at making the playoffs. They opened up their 3-game series with the New York Yankees this week with an 8-1 win on Monday.
7-31-13: The White Sox, Tigers and Red Sox have pulled off a three-team, seven-player deal. In the deal, pitchers Jake Peavy and Brayan Villarreal (from Detroit) will go to Boston. Infielder Jose Iglesias goes to the Tigers. Minor league pitchers J.B. Wendelken, Francelis Montas, and infielder Cleuluis Rondon are headed to the White Sox.
7/18/13 - The last-place White Sox Are 37 – 53, 14 games out of first place. The White Sox are -60 in terms of run differential. Heading into the break the Chicago White Sox were losers of two in a row. When the season resumes on Friday the White Sox will be home to host the Atlanta Braves of the National League. Adam Dunn leads to team in terms ofpower numbers with 24 home runs and 60 RBIs. The White Sox ranked 29th in major-league baseball in terms of runs scored with 345. Starting pitcher Chris Dale has an ERA of 2.85 and was also selected to the American League All-Star team. Veteran pitcher Jake Peavy leads the team in wins with six.
7/7/13 - Two White Sox pitchers are 2013 American League All-Stars. Reliever Jesse Crain with his impressive 0.74 ERA will be making his first appearance, and starter Chris Sale will make his second appearance.
6/12/13 - The fourth-place Chicago White Sox have won three games in a row. After winning two out of three versus the Oakland A's, The White Sox will play the Toronto Blue Jays this week. After finishing with the Blue Jays the White Sox will then go on a 10 Game Rd. trip. On the road this year the White Sox Have played to a tune of just 12-21. Jake Peavy has been a disappointment in the American League and has an ERA of 4.30. Adam Dunn leads the team and homeruns with 17 but his batting just .185.