- Chicago White Sox game and admission to a two-hour pregame patio party with an all-you-can-eat buffet that includes wine, Miller, and Pepsi products
- Where: U.S. Cellular Field
- When: July 6, 7, 8, or 17
- Seating: Outfield reserved
- Door time: Patio party begins 90 minutes before game time
- Opponents: Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals
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The Scouting Report
Led by reigning Rookie of the Year Jose Abreu, the White Sox look to defend U.S. Cellular Field against a pair of AL opponents in July. First up, the Sox host the Blue Jays, who they hope to topple while Toronto’s players are busy building a nest in the dugout. Then, on the 17th, Chicago hosts the Royals. Despite the reigning AL champs’ success this year, Chicago won two of three games when Kansas City visited in April.
Ninety minutes before the game—and for 30 minutes following the first pitch—fans can file onto the patio on the right-center-field warning track to soak up the sounds of warm-ups, the smell of barbecued meats, and the chilled pours of wine and Miller beer. In accordance with baseball’s official rulebook, revelers must be at least 21 to drink alcohol, but younger fans can still enjoy the barbecue buffet replete with fried chicken, Cajun chicken, and more.
Chicago White Sox
After occupying the old Comiskey Park for more than 80 years, the Chicago White Sox moved to their eponymous 40,000-seat stadium in 1991, later redubbed U.S. Cellular Field. Over the course of the club’s rich history, it’s managed to produce more than two dozen Hall of Famers, and its mascot, Southpaw, has long since held onto the naïve hope that he too will be inducted. In 2005, the White Sox rode eight consecutive postseason victories to their first World Series title since 1917, snapping an 88-year championship drought. And today, the team continues to excite fans as they enjoy field amenities that include street-festival-worthy concessions, an onsite sports bar, and an array of batting cages and baseball clinics.