Fenway is the name of the baseball stadium in Boston, home to the Red Sox.
Prior to U.S. Cellular Field (1991-present), the Chicago White Sox used to play their home games at Comiskey Park(1910-1990).
The Chicago White Sox came first. (please read on)The American League, (as an official part of Major League Baseball) was founded in 1901.Two of the American League's original eight teams were The Chicago White Stockings and the Boston Americans.The White Stockings won the very first A.L. pennant in 1901 and Chicago Tribune sports writers immediately shortened the name to 'White Sox' in the papers. The organization officially changed its name from White Stockings to White Sox for the 1904 season.The Boston Americans didn't become The Red Sox until 1908. Therefore, the name White Sox came into existence at least four years BEFORE the name- Red Sox did.
Rick Reichardt of the Angels in the second inning off Tommy John of the White Sox in the first game played at Anaheim Stadium on April 19, 1966.
The White Sox play at U.S. Cellular Field and The Red Sox play at Fenway.
The Cubs stadium, Wrigley Field is about 1,000 seats bigger than the White Sox stadium, U.S. Cellular Field.
Between the 1910 and 1990, the home of the Chicago White Sox was named Comiskey Park. The stadium built that the White Sox moved into in 1991 was named Comiskey Park II. It's name was officially changed to U.S. Cellular Field in for the 2004 season.
The White Sox stadium is located in the city of Chicago. The city of Chicago is located in the state of Illinois, which can be found in the United States.
The South side of Chicago.
For the first three years (1901-1903) of the franchise, the White Sox were known as the White Stockings. The name was changed to White Sox for the 1904 season.
The name White Sox came from sports writers from the Chicago Tribune who used the term "Sox" as a shortened version of their original name: The Chicago White Stockings. The White Sox are one of the original teams of the American League founded in 1901. and the White Stockings was changed to the White Sox by 1904. The Red Sox were originally the Boston Americans and did not adopt the name Red Sox until 1908. Therefore, The White Sox are the ORIGINAL Sox team. Not The Red Sox.
shea stadium for mets and fenway for red sox
The White Sox were known as the White Stockings from 1901-1903. The name was shortened to White Sox in 1904 so newspapers could fit the name in their headlines.
The Chicago White Sox received their name after the white stockings that the players wore; in fact, in 190, the team shortened their name from White Stockings to White Sox, as the local newspapers had shortened it for headline-writing purposes.