Bill Veeck-esque showerhead added to left field and a “Rain Room” added in right field for fans to cool off in the hot summertime.
Bullpens relocated to allow fans to watch pitchers warming up & old bullpens filled with seats.
2000 seats added between dugouts and foul poles.
Two-tiered terrace added outside Bullpen Bar.
Stadium Club introduced.
Capacity increased from 44, 321 to 45, 936.
Multi-tiered Batter’s eye built in center field.
Main concourse given brick façade with stainless steel counter tops.
Club level concourse enclosed with heat/air conditioning.
Party deck added to center field above Batter’s eye.
“Roofless” backstop replaced the old backstop to allow foul balls to be able to be caught by those behind home plate.
Scoreboard and video boards upgraded.
300 foot long, 5 foot high LED “ribbon” board added along the façade of each upper deck.
Fan Deck built in center field concourse featuring food and beverage service.
Outfield steel framework, seating area concrete, and underside of canopy roof painted and stained grey.
Bronze statue of Charles Comiskey added to center field concourse.
Capacity increases from 45,936 to 47,098.
8 rows (6600 seats) removed from the top of the upper deck.
Flat roof replaces the old sloped canopy-type roof.
Upper Deck Concourse partially enclosed by translucent wall for weather.
Fan Deck upgraded with tiered seating and standing room.
Lower Terrace balcony added for additional party area and outdoor seating.
Outfield wall redone with photos of White Sox players with retired numbers.
Bronze statue of Minnie Minoso placed in center field concourse.
Capacity decreases from 47,098 to 40,615.
314-seat Scout seating area added behind home plate.
FUNdamentals Deck added above left field concourse.
Green seats replace the old blue seats on the Club level and some scattered around home plate in order to model those from the original Comiskey Park.
Bleachers in left-center field painted green.
Bronze statue of Carlton Fisk placed in center field concourse.
Green seats replace blue seats in the entire upper deck and lower deck between the dugouts to model those after the original Comiskey Park.
Enclosed, ground level restaurant completed for lounge and dining area for Scout Seats.
New banners hung on the outfield lights: 2005 World Series, 1906 & 1917 World Series, all White Sox AL pennants and one for all division championships.
Flags that were once titles replaced with flags of all the White Sox logos in club history.
Bronze statues of Nellie Fox and Luis Aparicio placed on center field concourse.
Green seats replace the remaining old blue seats.
Two seats left the original blue from the 2005 World Series: where Paul Konerko’s Grand Slam and Scott Podsednik’s walk off home run landed.
Scoreboard is painted green.
Jim Bean Club (renamed Home Plate Club in 2014) added in former press box behind home plate which is home to premium seating/restaurant.
New press box on first base on Diamond Suites 400 level.
New custom t-shirt shop added.
Bronze Statue of Billy Pierce placed in center field concourse.
Thome Ticker counting down to Jim Thome’s Career Home Run in right field on the right advertising board (taken down after 2007 season).
White Sox Champions brick plaza begins in front of stadium at Gate 4.
ISFA unveiled the first environmentally friendly permeable paving parking lot used by a MLB sports facility. This lot saves taxpayer money by reducing the amount of water entering Chicago’s storm water system.
Legacy Brick Program unveiled: each brick is inscribed with a message that is placed outside the main entrance.
Life sized bronze statue weighing over 25 tons celebrates 2005 White Sox World Series. Includes Paul Konerko, Joe Crede, Orlando Hernandez, Geoff Blum and Juan Uribe.
Flat screen TV sets added throughout outfield concourse and above beer concession stands throughout ballpark.
Bronze status of Harold Baines placed in right field concourse.
Renovations to Gate 5:
Removal of top two levels and reducing it to one level with access to the park on the main concourse level;
Second foot bridge offers access to park on three levels;
Installation of new, weather protected enclosure of escalators and addition of elevators.
New scoreboard (23 x 68 ft) added in right field to display both lineups and serves as an “around the league” scoreboard.
Plaque honoring Jim Thome installed on center field deck for his 464-foot home run.
“The Catch” written on left-center field wall where DeWayne Wise made the catch in the 9th inning to preserve Mark Buehrle’s perfect game on July 23,2009.
Outdoor beer garden named “TBD’s” installed at Gate 5.
Frank Thomas’ number and photo added to outfield wall when his number was retired.
“ChiSox Bar and Grill” replaces TBD’s as a multi-level bar and restaurant.
Bronze Statue of Frank Thomas added to outfield concourse.
Chicago Sports Depot added to Gate 5 next to ChiSox Bar and Grill that features White Sox, Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs, and other Chicago area sports merchandise.
Statue of Paul Konerko added to left field concourse, his number would be retired in 2015.
Three new HD video boards installed; Auxiliary boards in left and right field and the main center video board.