The third ballpark profiled in the "Stadium Remains" series is Comiskey Park. Comiskey was the home of the Chicago White Sox from 1910-1990. The old park was located just to the north of the White Sox new home, U.S. Cellular Field. In the picture above from Google Maps the brown circle marks the spot of Comiskey Park's home plate.
It is a fairly simple monument to the old ballpark. A white marker for home plate and outlines of batter's boxes an foul lines.
As the old Comiskey site is now a parking lot for US Cellular, it is a great spot for White Sox fans to tailgate before a game.
You can see more pictures of Comiskey Park and U.S. Cellular Field at StadiumPage.com.