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If anyone knows anything about baseball they know the name Wrigley Field. This massive stadium is located in Chicago, Illinois and was built in 1914, that's right, this field has seen its fair share of the years and it has the history to prove it. It has been the proud home of the Chicago Cubs since 1916; however its original plan was to be built for the Federal League baseball team, the small town Chicago Whales. In 1920 the park was renamed from Weeghman Park to Cubs Park after the Cubs owner William Wrigley, the infamous “Chewing Gum Magnate.” Shortly after it began being used by the National Football League's Chicago Bears from the years 1921 to 1970 before a better opportunity presented itself to the Bears. Just recently Wrigley Field is being haled for hosting its second annual National Hockey League Winter Classic. Nicknamed “The Friendly Confines” a phrase promoted by the popular “Mr. Cub” or better known as the Hall of Fame placer Ernie Banks. The park is capable of holding a capacity of 41,160 screaming fans and is widely known as the oldest functioning field in National League ballpark history and of course the second oldest in active MLB parks, second only to Fenway Park. Wrigley Field's signature attribute is its ivy covered brick wall at the back of the court, something that photographers are fond of using in sports pictures showcasing the popular Chicago Cubs. To keep the spirit of the original Weeghman Park the scoreboard used by the stadium is still hand turned something fans expect to see when visiting. As the stadium continues to grow a unique event occurred that now is seen as another great way to watch the game. The neighboring buildings realized that they could view the game from the rooftops, and have endeavored to build large seating areas from across the street that offer views almost as good as the seats inside the actual stadium. This great park offers you a great opportunity to see the Chicago Cubs in action like never before, don't miss out on the home games!

 

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