April 18, 1991: The Chicago White Sox open the new Comiskey Park with a 16-0 loss to the Detroit Tigers.

In front of 42,191 fans, the White Sox unveiled the first new stadium to replace the old Comiskey Park, which opened in 1910. However, the Tigers made sure the White Sox didn't celebrate for long.

Tigers star Cecil Fielder led the way with two hits, including a three-run home run.

Comiskey Park changed its name to U.S. Cellular Field in 2003.

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