All-Time Greats: Frank Thomas, Carlton Fisk, Minnie Minoso, Harold Baines, Paul Konerko, Mark Buehrle, A.J. Pierzynski
Chicago White Sox Tickets
This South Side baseball club was established in 1901 and is one of the charter franchises of the American League. The team started out as the White Stockings, but the name was quickly changed to the White Sox. The Pale Hose have always been residents of Chicago’s South Side. For years, they played at Comiskey Park as their home park. In 1991, the team moved into their new home, U.S. Cellular Field, which was renamed to Guaranteed Rate Field. The White Sox won their first World Series in 1906. They followed that win in 1917 with the help of the infamous Shoeless Joe Jackson. It would be another 88 years until the White Sox won another World Series title. In 2005, the Sox went on to become World Champions with the help of Paul Konerko, Mark Buehrle and A.J. Pierzynski. Ozzie Guillen became the first Latino manager to win the World Series, and Jermaine Dye took home the MVP honors. Become part of the history when you grab your Chicago White Sox tickets at StubHub.
The Chicago Cubs have a long history with their crosstown rivals, the White Sox. The 2005 World Series championship only strengthened the competition between the two clubs. With the exception of the 1906 World Series, the teams have never played each other in an official game until 1997. Interleague play has only added to the rivalry against Chicago’s baseball clubs. In 2010, the BP Crosstown Cup was introduced. The team that won the most matchups during the regular season would take home the Cup. The White Sox won the first three seasons. In 2013, the Cubs swept the season series for their first BP Crosstown Cup win. Currently, the White Sox lead the regular season series with a record of 48-39. In fact, they have won the last four-season series between these two teams. You can catch the exciting action of the 2019 season when you purchase Chicago White Sox tickets.Back to Top