Quite possibly one of the most modern ballparks in the US. I remember when the park was first built in the early 1990s to replace old Comiskey Park. Ironically, this IS and STILL Comiskey Park to me (stupid corporate sponsoring renamed and recolored the park from blue to black). Compared to Wrigley, this is considered to be the ballpark for the "New Generation", equipped with digital scoreboard, lights, and fireworks. It's easier to get to as well either via Red or Green Lines to 35th or finding on-site parking in their lots. The food is so much better than the North Side counterpart, and the history of the park and the 2005 Would Series Champions White Sox is displayed all over the park. On hot summer days, they provided a 'sprinkler room" to help cool you down from the hot sun. this is indeed the park for the "new Generation" of Chicago baseball fans and will probably be around well past Wrigley's time. GO GO WHITE SOX!!!
Pros: On-site parking lots, Access to both Red and Green Line trains, plenty of concession stands, modern feel to ballpark than North Side counterpart
Cons: should still be considered Comiskey Park