Guarantee Rate Park
aka Comiskey Park; US. Cellular Field

1991 - Present

Chicago, IL
Historic Aerials
What Was There

Team Years Games
White Sox
(1991 - 2021)
First Game
4/18/1991: Tigers (16) vs. White Sox (0)
Starting Pitchers: Jack McDowell (CHA) vs Frank Tanana (DET)
First Pitch:
Attendance: 42,191
Time of Game:
The Tigers' 16 runs are the most in a park's first game (minimum 300 games) and the 16-run margin of victory is the largest. Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buerhle threw the first two no-hitters at U.S. Cellular Field, making him the only pitcher to toss the first two no-hitters at an active park. All three no-hitters at U.S. Cellular Field were thrown by southpaws. Tigers teammates Tony Phillips and Alan Trammell had four hits each in the first game at U.S. Cellular Field, becoming the only teammates with four hits in a park's first game. Kevin Romine, who hit the first grand slam at U.S. Cellular Field, hit only five home runs in his career and the grand slam was his last. He also holds the distinction of having the fewest career home runs among those who hit a park's first grand slam (tied with Rollie Zeider).

Batting Event First Last
First Batter Tony Phillips (DET)
Hit Alan Trammell (DET) - Singled to SS (1st) -
Run Scored Travis Fryman (DET)
Run Batted In Alan Trammell (DET)
Home Run Cecil Fielder (DET) vs. Jack McDowell (CHA) on 4/18/1991 (3rd innng)
Grand Slam Kevin Romine (BOS) vs. Alex Fernandez (CHA) on 5/5/1991 (2nd inning)
IPHR Mark Newfield (SEA) vs. Brian Keyser (CHA) on 6/21/1995 (5th inning)
Stolen Base
Sacrifice Hit
Sacrifice Fly
Pitching Event First Last
Win Frank Tanana (DET)
Loss Jack McDowell (CHA)
Strikeout Frank Tanana (DET)/Tim Raines (CHA)
Hit by Pitch
Wild Pitch
No-Hitter Mark Buehrle (CHA) vs. Rangers on 4/18/2007