Another page has been turned in the story of the venerable home of Chicago White Sox baseball. Eighty-one years of history have included a lot of landmarks: first All-Star Game (1933), the 1959 pennant, and the 2005 series. But the renovations promise to grant this space many more years. Problems were solved practically. The top eight rows of the stadium seldom attracted ticket-buyers. What to do? Remove them. The rest of the upper deck offered little protection from frequent Chicago precipitation. How to handle it? Cover the deck with a specially designed, eye-catching canopy. Seats were added as well, along with a new restaurant and club, upgraded concessions, and, yes, the whole place looks more like a ballpark and less like an antique. Sox fans are still Sox fans, newfangled upgrades or not. But after 100 years of history today’s fans may be the great-great-great grandchildren of the first fans. Now that’s a tradition.