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Chicago Cubs Schedule 2016
Here is Chicago Cubs schedule 2016 for all baseball games at home venue Wrigley Field.
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Chicago Cubs Team History
The Chicago Cubs are one of the most beloved sport teams of all time by many people around the world. Located on the North Side of the Windy City, the Chicago Cubs became the first ever to appear in three straight World Series from 1906-1908 while winning the latter two years to establish the franchise as the first to accomplish back-to-back World Series wins in baseball. In the following years the Chicago Cubs would appear in seven more World Series until 1945, when legend has the Billy Goat Curse being placed upon the franchise.
Unfortunately for the Chicago Cubs the curse may exist and the team has still not won a World Series since 1908. Today, the Chicago Cubs own the longest non-winning streak of a championship by any North American professional sports franchise. Overall the Chicago Cubs have won sixteen NL Pennants, five Division Pennants and two World Series.
The tradition of the Chicago Cubs is enough to go see a game and the event is made perfect when you throw in a trip to historic Wrigley Field. Today the beloved Chicago Cubs continue to be competitive in MLB and are one of the main reasons people decide to visit the Windy City.
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Chicago Cubs Home Venue - Wrigley Field
Homes games of Chicago Cubs are scheduled at Wrigley Field - the team's home games venue.
Address: 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613
Apart from baseball games, Wrigley Field also hosts rock and pop concerts and festivals.
Chicago Cubs Schedule and Wrigley Field tickets
Seating capacity: 41,019Wrigley Field Chicago Seating Chart
Fans of baseball will cherish their moments within the famed Wrigley Field which is the second oldest baseball park in America behind iconic Fenway Park. Constructed in 1914 and originally known as Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field has been home to the Chicago Cubs since playing their first home game on April 20, 1916. Today, the stadium holds over 40,000 baseball fans and has all the modern food as well as beverage amenities of a new baseball park.
Wrigley Field has a storied history amongst baseball fans and many memorable moments have taken place within this famous stadium. Some of the events that took place at Wrigley Field have included Babe Ruth’s called homerun in the 1932 World Series, Ernie Banks 500th career homerun in 1970, Pete Rose had his 4,191st career hit tying Ty Cobb and Kerry Wood had 20 strikeouts in 1998. This is only a sample of the historic events that have taken place at Wrigley Field and when you are looking at the Chicago Cubs schedule, remember the ivy covered outfield walls, the history of the stadium as well as the North Side neighborhood are all part of the fun.
How To Get to Wrigley Field
After patrons have looked at the Chicago Cubs schedule they can choose a variety of transportation methods to reach Wrigley Field. Whether you are driving or taking public transportation going to a Chicago Cubs game is effortless and fun.
CTA Red Line: Addison Street Station is one block east of the ballpark and allows patrons to transfer to associated CTA Red Line trains as well as most east and west CTA Bus lines.
CTA Bus Line: Patrons can access Wrigley Field by taking the Addison CTA Bus #152 or the Clark CTA Bus #22. Both buses stop at the intersection of Addison and Clark.
Pace Wrigley Field Express Route: Fans can travel nonstop from Pace Northwest Transportation Center located in Schaumberg as well as from the Yorktown Center in Lombard.
Free Remote Parking Lot: Shuttles are available to transport fans from the parking lot at 3900 N. Rockwell Street which is accessed off of Irving Park Road.
Parking Lots: There are three parking lots for patrons attending an event at Wrigley Field to use that have easy in and out access. Fees for parking vary from lot to lot. The lots are located at 1126 W. Grade Street, 1140 W. Eddy Street and 1052 Irving Park Road.
Hotels Near Wrigley Field
Many fans decide to stay at a local hotel when they are looking at the Chicago Cubs schedule and deciding on which games to attend. Many out-of-town families as well as Chicagoan’s spend a long weekend in the Windy City and attend a Chicago Cubs game. Exploring the city before and after a game is the perfect way to truly get a feeling for how much people love the Chicago Cubs. The area surrounding Wrigley Field has several hotels with varying price ranges that can please anyone or any family. Check out this list of accommodations which are close be Wrigley Field.
Concessions at Wrigley Field
Chicago Cub fans love their Chicago-style hotdogs and deep dish pizza while attending games at Wrigley Field. Foodies will be in heaven with other delights available like pulled-pork sandwiches, a High Plains Bison cheeseburger and a wide assortment of Haagen-Dazs premium ice cream bars. Wrigley Field has over 20 locations inside the stadium to satisfy all your food and drink necessities.
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