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1060 W Addison St Chicago, IL 60613
1060 West Addison StreetUSIllinoisChicago60613
(773) 404-2827chicago.cubs.mlb.com
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Wrigley Field home of the Chicago Cubs
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Ivy-covered walls & manual scoreboard add retro charm to 2nd oldest baseball stadium in the majors.- Google
"I'm not a real cubs fan, but this is the most fun I have aa baseball game."
"Saw a cubs/mets game there....so fun and i am glad i got to see the stadium."
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Paul Rosin
a month ago
Wrigley Field and Fenway are the two remaining gems from baseball antiquity, and Wrigley is the far better of the two. On the north side of Chicago baseball is played on the greenest grass outside of Ireland, and it's encapsulated by ivy over solid brick. At Wrigley, the warning track really means "warning". This venerable place is as much of a theater as it is a ballpark. Ball stuck in the ivy? ... ground rule double ... a pissed off runner on 1st that might have scored stops at 3rd (for both teams), an "Ivy Rule" played out again and again every season. Wrigley has more "woulda-coulda-shoulda" than any ballpark on the planet, a place where vexes and curses and cosmology meet 100 mile per hour fastballs and snow cone catches. Day games galore, and the gusting wind at Wrigley always factors in. Just the smell of the place is fantastic, nuts and dogs and brats and beers ... no sushi. It's been an lovable loser archaeological site for over a hundred years and the place still sells out, perhaps the most loyal fans in all of sport, any sport ... And now playing at Wrigley are the 2016 Cubbies, who have actually built a friggin' great team from top to bottom, a thought almost too abstract to grasp ... Makes you wish you were retired and could go to every home game. If Madden manages them to a World Series Championship, the only writer who would do it justice in words would be Shakespeare, can you imagine what will go down in the Windy City when those stars align, well you fill in the ________________________ !
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Matthew Wallace
2 months ago
Went to my first game as a lifelong Cubs fan and I loved everything about this piece of American history. Every vendor sold the exact same thing, so don't waste your time checking multiple menus. Enjoy the atmosphere and the game. Go Cubs Go!
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Giscard Khoshaba
2 months ago
Used to be my favorite place on earth for entertainment. I grew up a diehard cubs fan and I still am. As for wrigley imo its been ruined by the jumbo trons and all the stuff that distract people from the game. I grew up a baseball purist and wrigley was the greatest park on earth. If I could give 0 I would the org has made alot of good moves but altering wrigley is a mistake.
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Eric Hiller
2 months ago
A true chicago landmark. Parking is even easier nowadays as they provide a free shuttle to and from the remote lots. Bleachers aren't the most comfortable sure, but it is an experience. And sure the food will make you take out a second mortgage, but it is tradition!
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Dante Orsini
2 months ago
This ball park is so cool I feel guilty I do not know more about it! The seats and lay out hold true to what the old parks used to be like. You almost get the feeling you're watching the game in a museum. I'll leave out my opinion on the team, but this place is definitely worth a visit even if you are not a baseball fan. On the bad side the food and drink prices are very high, and you can not order nachos.
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Ronald Wong
2 months ago
What can I say? It's Wrigley Field! A classic ballpark with great views in most seats, a legendary history, a good team and decent food. Be sure to get some local Goose Island beer.
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Brad Hamilton
2 months ago
Plane landed at Midway on a Wednesday morning, day game at Wrigley at 1? Yes sir! First time the wife had been to Chicago, so this was an awesome way to start off her experience. Took the train from the loop, so parking was not a concern or issue. Grabbed some $5 hot dogs and 24 oz Old Style beers ($7.50 apiece, not horrible) and found our seats to soak in the experience. Perfect weather, such an iconic venue. We're not baseball fans, but you can't beat a Cubs day game at Wrigley.
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Al KING
2 months ago
Greatest ball park in MLB! Now new and improved with jumbotron in left field, video board in right field and kickass team on the field!