Films "Little Big League", "Major League II", and "Rookie of the Year" have been shot here in the late 90s.
Formerly known as Comiskey Park and the U.S. Cellular Field, the Guaranteed Rate Field is a baseball park situated in Chicago, Illinois. It is the new home of the famous Major League Baseball Club – Chicago White Sox. After playing for 81 seasons, the White Sox shifted to this new home in the year 1991. Though Illinois Sports Facilities Authority owns the stadium, the operation rights are held by the White Sox. Initially, this newly constructed stadium was known as the Comiskey Park. Its name was changed in the year 2003 from Comiskey Park to U.S. Cellular Field when America’s telecommunication giant the U.S. Cellular bought its naming rights at the cost of $68 million. The Field also hosted the All-Star Game. Some fans and press members still refer to it as New Comiskey Park.
The Blackout Game on September 30, 2008, proved to be a sports event of its kind when most of the spectators in the stadium wore black dresses.
On July 23, 2009, Mark Buehrle recorded the first perfect game in the stadium history.
The Field witnessed the great victory of Houston Astros over White Sox in the Game 1 of the 2005 World Series, held on October 22, 2005.
In 2005, during the World Series Game 2, Paul Konerko blasted 18th grand slam in a mesmerizing manner.
On September 27, 1993, the Chicago White Sox won their second AL West title.