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BUILT: 1900

CAPACITY: 15,000

FIRST GAME: April 24, 1900, vs. Cleveland Lake Shores (White Sox 8, Lake Shores 2; minor league game)

LAST GAME: June 27, 1910, vs. Cleveland Naps (Naps 7, White Sox 2)

HIGH SEASON ATTENDANCE: 687,419 (1905)

LOW SEASON ATTENDANCE: 286,183 (1903)


South Side Park was home of the Chicago White Sox from 1901 to 1910, and home of the Chicago American Giants until 1940. It was known as Schorling's Park from 1920 until its destruction. It burned down on Christmas day 1940.

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There are two other ballparks with this name: Southside Park in Owensboro, KY and South Side Park in Winston-Salem, NC.

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