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Wrigley Field
Chicago, IL
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Wrigley Field
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Jun 24
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Oracle Park
San Francisco, CA
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Oracle Park
San Francisco, CA
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Oracle Park
San Francisco, CA
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Oracle Park
San Francisco, CA
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Friday, June 28
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American Family Field
Milwaukee, WI
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American Family Field
Milwaukee, WI
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American Family Field
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The Chicago Cubs: A Rich History of Baseball Tradition

The Chicago Cubs, one of the oldest and most storied franchises in Major League Baseball, has a history that is both fascinating and filled with ups and downs. Established in 1876 as the Chicago White Stockings, the team has since become a symbol of the city's resilience and love for the sport. The Cubs' playoff history is marked by memorable moments, both triumphant and heartbreaking.

Established in 1876 as a founding member of the National League, the Chicago Cubs are one of the oldest professional sports teams in North America. Originally known as the White Stockings, the team changed its name to the Colts in 1890, the Orphans in 1898, and finally adopted the name Cubs in 1903. Throughout their history, the Cubs have experienced periods of great success, as well as long stretches of heartache.

The team's early years were marked by triumph, with the Cubs winning back-to-back World Series championships in 1907 and 1908. However, a long championship drought followed, lasting for over a century and earning the nickname "The Curse of the Billy Goat" after a local tavern owner allegedly placed a curse on the team in 1945. The Cubs finally broke the curse in 2016 with a thrilling World Series victory, ending the 108-year drought and bringing joy to their long-suffering fans.

Over the years, the Cubs have been home to numerous notable players, including legends like Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, and Ryne Sandberg. More recently, stars like Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, and Javier Báez have donned the iconic blue pinstripes. These athletes have not only contributed to the team's success on the field but have also become integral parts of the fabric of the Chicago community.

One of the most iconic aspects of the Chicago Cubs is their home stadium, Wrigley Field. Nestled in the heart of Chicago's North Side, Wrigley Field, affectionately known as "The Friendly Confines," has been the Cubs' home since 1914. This historic ballpark, with its ivy-covered walls and hand-operated scoreboard, is a beloved destination for baseball fans from all over the world. Wrigley Field has also been the site of many memorable moments, including Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" in the 1932 World Series and the unforgettable 2016 championship run.

As one of the top sports venues in Chicago, Wrigley Field has also played host to concerts, hockey games, and other special events throughout its history. The ballpark is located in the vibrant neighborhood of Wrigleyville, where fans can enjoy a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops before and after games. The area surrounding the stadium has recently undergone a significant transformation, with the addition of the Gallagher Way entertainment district, providing fans with even more options for pre- and post-game festivities.

The Chicago Cubs represent a rich and storied history of baseball tradition. Their playoff successes, legendary players, and iconic home at Wrigley Field make them a team beloved by fans everywhere. To experience the magic of Cubs baseball for yourself, be sure to purchase tickets from Event Tickets Center and join the passionate community of fans cheering on the team at the Friendly Confines!

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Venue Date Price Tickets Available
Wrigley Field Jun 21, 2024 From $45 1,012
Wrigley Field Jun 22, 2024 From $80 1,094
Wrigley Field Jun 23, 2024 From $61 1,272
Oracle Park Jun 24, 2024 From $24 1,932
Oracle Park Jun 25, 2024 From $20 3,524
Oracle Park Jun 26, 2024 From $23 4,387
Oracle Park Jun 27, 2024 From $29 5,232
American Family Field Jun 28, 2024 From $24 5,376
American Family Field Jun 29, 2024 From $57 1,383
American Family Field Jun 30, 2024 From $47 1,231