Where is Chicago White Sox Corporate office Headquarters

Chicago White Sox Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 333 W 35th St, Chicago, IL 60616, United States

  • Phone Number:

  • Fax Number: 312-674-5119

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 1901

  • Founder: N/A

  • Key People: Jerry M. Reinsdorf (Owner and Chairman)

Chicago White Sox Headquarters Location & Directions

Chicago White Sox Headquarters Executive Team



Jerry M. Reinsdorf

Owner and Chairman

Howard Pizer

Senior Executive Vice President

Kenny Williams

Vice President

About Chicago White Sox, History and Headquarters Information

The White Sox started as the Sioux City Cornhuskers of the Western League which was a minor league under the parameters of the National Agreement with the National League. They are based in Chicago, Illinois. In 1906, this franchise made its first World Series appearance by beating the crosstown Cubs in six games. In 1960, they were the first ones to put the last names of the players on jerseys for identification purposes.

The Chicago White Sox are an American professional baseball team. This team competes in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) Central division. It is owned by Jerry Reinsdorf. They are counted as one of two major league clubs in Chicago. The White Sox were formerly known as the White Stockings.

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  • james petullo says:

    Theo Epstein is available as an advisor.

  • james petullo says:

    I am a lifetime Sox fan who grew up 68 years ago on Quincy street in Chicago. Please advise Mr.Reinsdorf that TheoEpstein of MLB is available as an advisor to the White Sox organization. Jim Petullo/petulloj@gmail.com/Tel. # 352-259-5973

  • Jackie Oliver says:

    Will there be a Sox on the Beach trip in 2022?

  • Lorraine Gray says:

    I need to be reimbursed by sox part for the awful way my grandson and I were treated at a game. It was threatening to my health and my grandson’s health. We only made it through 2 innings.

    • Michael Harwood says:

      Tried a Sox game once, never again… The utter and complete rudeness was amazing, from gate personal to vendors, worse than any sport venue I have visited….
      So sorry the cubs were out of town…

  • Lorraine Gray says:

    I attended a Sox/Cub game at Guaranteed Rate Park on Friday, August 27. I paid $300 for these tickers which were supposed to be a fun time with my 13-year-old grandson. The seats were in a section that I have never been in before Section 162 row 23 seats 1 and 2. Keep in mind that it was probably 100 degrees with the humidity. After being there a short time I went to guest services and asked if there were other seats available due to the questionable people we were sitting with (a large man in a cubs shirt who was already drunk and stating that he tried killing himself 2 years ago and that this was his bday. They said they were filled. By the time the 2nd inning was almost over that same guy had a pipe and was smoking cannabis and whatever else he had in there. The guy in front of him had a cigar the two girls behind us had electronic cigarettes and were blowing the smoke at my grandson and people in front of us were smoking electronic cigarettes. It began to interfere with my breathing (asthma) and my sobriety for I have 40 years of sobriety and that could have caused me to relapse. As I stood up I noticed the fog of smoke over our section and told my grandson we were leaving. He also said he was not feeling good. (he stayed in bed the whole next day). We went back to Guest services and complained and asked them where security was or even where were the ushers. They then offered us different seats but I was way to upset to stay. I have tried calling daily to guest services with no avail. I have left voicemails, texts and have spoken to other employers and the main number. I want restitution for my grandson who wanted so much to go. Also, i went into the bi-laws which states no smoking of any kind is permitted. Also when I came in they did not check any bags ( I found out late I was not supposed to have one). Also no one was wearing a mask I’m going to keep this going until I hear from someone. What was supposed to be a fun night for us turned out to be a nightmare.

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