Comiskey Park, the home to the White Sox from 1910 - 1990, has always been an iconic Chicago sports landmark. The first ever MLB All-Star Game was held there in 1933, as well as four World Series. And who can forget how the park was also host to the infamous Disco Demolition night with Steve Dahl.
Sox fans still roll their eyes as their new park, opened in 1991, consistently changes it's name. Much like how they tried to get us to all call Sears Tower "Willis", they have tried to get us to call it the Cell or Guaranteed Rate Field. Yet, to those true fans, it has remained and always will remain - Comiskey Park.