CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox plan to change the look of U.S. Cellular Field next season.

The team says it will put three new video boards in the ballpark. The main center-field scoreboard will be replaced, as will the auxiliary screens in left and right field. The changes will be paid for by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority, which owns the stadium.

Boyer said the ballpark that opened in 1991 would undergo other changes for next year, but he didn't elaborate. He said new screens have been on the team's wish list for a "long time," adding the new video boards the Chicago Cubs installed at Wrigley Field weren't a motivation.