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2018 Chicago Cubs Tickets for Sale - The Chicago Cubs play their games in one of the most celebrated stadiums in sports, Wrigley Field. Wrigley Field opened in 1914 and has maintained its roots over the years even as modern stadiums have been built. The centerfield scoreboard installed in 1937 and the clock atop the board installed in 1941 have been relatively untouched over time. Wrigley Field's signature ivy vines along the outfield walls have remained in place since their debut in 1937, a welcoming sight to Cubs' ticket holders. Modern developments that have made the Wrigley Field experience better for Cubs' fans include the installation of outfield baskets in 1970 and lights in 1988. Until 1988, the Chicago Cubs only played day games, and even to this day schedule an inordinate amount of day time games vs what other teams do.
Buying Chicago Cubs Tickets in 2018 - An investment in a Chicago Cubs' ticket entitles a baseball fan to a rich part of baseball history. The Cubs have retired four numbers going back to the mid-1980s, and these numbers are represented on flags hanging from the left and right field foul poles. The left field pole has the #14 worn by Ernie Banks and Ron Santo's #10, while the right field pole has Ryne Sandberg's #23 and #26 worn by Billy Williams. Cubs' fans can also remember famed announcer Jack Brickhouse by reading the words "Hey Hey" inscribed along both foul poles. Every fan heading into Wrigley Field should check out the bronze statue of TV announcer Harry Caray located on Addison Street.
2018 Chicago Cubs Baseball Tickets - When you buy ticket to see the Chicago Cubs, you are buying tickets to see one of the most historic franchises in all of Major League Baseball. Throw out the fact that the Cubs haven't won a World Series in over 100 years, their fans are the most passionate in all of the big leagues. Get involved in that passion, bring your family and friends down to Wrigley Field to see the Cubs take on the Chicago White Sox, the New York Yankees, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. What if this is the year that the Cubbies finally break the championship-less streak? Don't miss being a part of that. Get your Cubs tickets today!
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