The changes at U.S. Cellular Field have turned a so-so stadium into the finest place in Chicago to watch a baseball game. Sure, at first, the stadium was just too big and too tall for its own good. Sitting in those seats near the top was like sitting in a seat bolted into the side of a wall. However, recent renovations have turned this stadium into a state-of-the-art baseball-watching experience.
They cut down the seats at the top and put in a kind of "roof" or overhang. This changes the wind-patterns on the field, but ads a homey quality to the stadium. The Fundamentals section in left field is the best place to take rowdy kids during the game. They can hit, run, learn to pitch. It's fantastic and well past anything the laughable Flubs on the north side have come up with. Apparently they feel kids will enjoy the stench of beer, vomit and enjoy urinating in a trough.
The food at the Cell is the finest in baseball. Pizza, ice cream, churros, Polish sausage, gyros are all a few feet away. Plus, if you are in in the concourse to get food, the wide-open structure allows you to still see the field and the game, unlike at the crumbling disaster on the north side.
If you want a true baseball experience, visit the White Sox at The Cell. Enjoy the montage and opening theme music with the great sound system and gorgeous Jumbo-Tron. Enjoy the fireworks. Enjoy ample parking that doesn't involve paying $30 to park in some yokel's garage. Mostly, enjoy world championship baseball.