With a farm system stocked to have the team competing for the playoffs soon – maybe even this season – 2018 should be a promising look towards the future of the Chicago White Sox. Jose Abreu enjoyed a bounce back season and prized prospect Yoan Moncada is expected to play his first season in MLB. The 2018 Chicago White Sox home schedule opens with the Detroit Tigers (April 5, 7-8) and Tampa Bay Rays (April 9-11). White Sox vs Tigers tickets are currently starting at $15, and White Sox vs Rays tickets are as cheap as $11. Chicago’s longest home stand of the season is 10 games. The White Sox will play vs the Boston Red Sox (August 30-September 2), vs the Tigers (September 3-5) and vs the Los Angeles Angels (September 7-9). Additionally, Chicago will host the Pittsburgh Pirates (May 8-9), Milwaukee Brewers (June 1-3), St. Louis Cardinals (July 10-11) and Chicago Cubs (September 21-23).
TicketCity's Guaranteed Rate Field Seating Recommendation
With short walls down each base line, you can sit close to the field and not have any issues seeing a ground ball rolling to the foul pole. The Club Infield (320-344) seats offer a great Birdseye view of the field at a moderate price.
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Chicago White Sox Baseball at Guaranteed Rate Field Address: 333 W 35th St, Chicago, Illinois, 60616
The White Sox play their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field, located in Chicago, Illinois. When filled to capacity, Guaranteed Rate holds more than 40,000 screaming fans. If you’re headed to the ballpark, get to the game early and stop by the Chicago Sports Depot, located next to the stadium. The Chicago Sports Depot features all of Chicago’s sports teams, as well as some teams from the Big Ten. The Chicago White Sox dugout is on the third-base line of Guaranteed Rate Field in front of sections 135-143. Guaranteed Rate parking information is covered in our White Sox event guide.
White Sox vs. Cubs
Known as the Crosstown Classic, this is one of the liveliest rivalries in baseball. Few sports rivalries have so completely divided a town like Cubs-White Sox. The first meeting between these teams dates back to the 1906 World Series, and the clubs have played over 90 times since. While all of Chicago may come together to cheer on the Bulls, Bear, or Blackhawks, when the Cubs and White Sox meet, Chicago is split in two, and the game is all the better for it.
White Sox vs. Tigers
Chicago and Detroit have their fair share of rivalries, but Cubs-White Sox is one of the best. Although both teams are over 100 years old, this rivalry really didn’t gain fire until the Tigers joined the AL Central in 1998. Since then the Tigers and White Sox have been incredibly evenly matched, combining for multiple World Series berths and countless playoff appearances in that time frame. With both history and competitiveness on its side, this is always one of the better divisional rivalries in the AL.
White Sox vs. Twins
While it is hard to argue against the Cubs as the White Sox arch-rival, if there was a 1b, it would be the Minnesota Twins. These two teams have been playing for over 100 years, and were rivals for almost 60 years before the Twins even moved to Minnesota. The rivalry has lasted over two divisions with the White Sox and Twins both moving from the AL West, to the AL Central in 1994. Since then they have combined for almost 10 division titles.
Chicago White Sox in the World Series, American League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
The Chicago White Sox have built a strong history in their 110+ years of existence. During their first two decades, the White Sox won four AL pennants and two World Series titles. Chicago went through an 88-year drought before winning their third World Series in 2005. Overall, the White Sox have won more than 5 AL pennants and over four division titles and will only add to that total in the years to come.
What time do the gates open prior to a White Sox game?
Gates open 90 minutes before game time at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Where are good places to eat before a White Sox game?
Some of the South Side’s best sports bars are within a few miles of Guaranteed Rate. We recommend trying Rocky’s, Cobblestones Bar & Grill, or Mitchell’s Tap. If you enjoy eating classic American soul food, don’t miss out on Chicago’s Home of Chicken & Waffles, or Acadia. There are a few great Italian food places in the area. Ciao Amore Ristorante, Davanti Enoteca, and Three Aces are all worth checking out. If you are looking for something quick, try Jim’s Priginal Hot Dog. Jim’s is world renowned for some of the best hot dogs and sausages, and is perfect before a Sox game. Other good places in the area are Sweet Maple Café, Honky Tonk BBQ, and Simone’s Bar
Where is the best place to park at Guaranteed Rate Field?
There are a few good parking options at Guaranteed Rate Field. The most convenient area is immediately to the north of the stadium at parking lots E, and D. These two lots often fill up quickly so plan to arrive early if you want to find a spot. Another good area is to the east of the stadium. In between Wentworth and Normal on the east side of 36th Street are parking lots A, B, C, and G. This area offers the most available parking and is usually the easiest place to find a good spot. There are two smaller lots on the north side of Princeton in between 37th Street and Pershing. Chicago also has great public transportation. The CTA Red Line drops off close to Guaranteed Rate and allows you to skip the hassle of finding a parking spot all together.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Chicago White Sox game?
Children under 36 inches tall are allowed to enter Guaranteed Rate field without a ticket, but must sit on a parent or guardian’s lap for the duration of the game.