History of Wrigley Field

The history of Wrigley Field, the home of Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs since it was built, begins in 1913.

Read more about History Of Wrigley Field:  Before The Federal League, Weeghman Park and The Federal League (1913–1915), Weeghman Park To Cubs Park To Wrigley Field (1916–1932)

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