Readers are asking about carry-in items so I'm going to get as much info up as I can. Please feel free to comment on your own experiences below.
Guests are welcome to:
• Carry in food in a small, clear (see-through) plastic bag.
• Carry in one sealed plastic bottle of water, one liter or less in size, but no other beverages of any kind.
• Fans are welcome to bring cameras into the ballpark. However, video cameras may not be used to reproduce the game and must not interfere with other fans. No large camera bags or tripods/camera supports are allowed into the park.
• Strollers are permitted inside the ballpark, though smaller, umbrella-type Strollers are permitted inside the ballpark, though smaller, umbrella-style strollers are preferred. Fans with larger strollers may check it at the Guest Relations Booths.
-Bottles, cans, hard-sided coolers or other liquid containers may not be brought into the park. No beverage
containers, glass or otherwise shall be permitted into U.S. Cellular Field. Only
those used for infant feedings will be allowed.
-There is no smoking in U.S. Cellular Field pursuant to the Smoke-Free Illinois Act 95-0017.
-U.S. Cellular Field will be free from foul/abusive language or obscene gestures by guests.
-For the safety of all guests, players and employees, beach balls are not permitted inside the ballpark.
Guests may check their pets at the Pet Check during each game for a $3 fee, which benefits non-profit organizations that train service animals. Pet check is located between Gates 2 and 3. For reservations and details, call 312-674-1000, ext. 5503. Animals are allowed inside the ballpark only on Dog Days.