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1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60613
When you step into Wrigley Field, you step into a part of baseball history. As the second-oldest ballpark in all of baseball, not many stadiums in all of sports have a better story to tell. Players from Stan Hack to Ernie Banks to Ryne Sandberg have set foot on the fresh green grass at Wrigley. Between the ivy covering the outfield wall, the baskets in the bleachers, and the fabled 7th inning stretch, there is no better ballpark in baseball. You won’t find a bad seat in the house at Wrigley. Whether you’re sitting down the first base line, in the bleachers, or up in the upper deck, the ballpark’s old-time design allows you to get a great view of the action from every possible angle.
Between pocket schedules, floppy hats, and bobbleheads, the Cubs offer a variety of fantastic giveaways throughout the regular season. The biggest hit this year is the Joe Maddon bobblehead but be sure to look for any and all giveaways throughout the year for a little added bonus to your Wrigley Field experience. Plus, if you attend a game at Wrigley in 2015 and beyond, you’ll be part of a new chapter in the ballpark’s sacred history. The installation of the new Jumbotron in left field will mark the first time Wrigley Field has featured an electronic scoreboard in the stadium. You could see history in the making!
Because Wrigley Field is located in a residential neighborhood, there are plenty of places to hit either before or after the ballgame. Look for Rockit’s Burger Bar about a half-block away from the ballpark for some of the best burgers in all of Chicago. If a long night of fun and dancing is more your style, be sure to find the CubbyBear right across the street from the ballpark. Or, if you’re up for more of a laid-back night, try the second floor of Slugger’s right next door. Between batting cages, skiball, and other arcade games, it makes for a truly unique bar experience. Whether inside or outside of the ballpark, Wrigley is home to some of the most faithful fans in all of baseball. Some travel thousands of miles to the North Side of Chicago to see the Cubs play, and they have the best stories to tell. Whether it’s a kid enjoying their first game at Wrigley or a lifelong fan of the franchise, there’s no telling who you’ll meet at a game at Wrigley Field.
Fan Author: Nick Pecucci
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