It’s all grown up.
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Wrigley Field — home of the Major League Baseball‘s Chicago Cubs — turns 100 years old, making it the second-oldest ballpark in the U.S., behind Boston’s Fenway Park. Like Fenway, Wrigley has become a site of tremendous sentimental value to baseball fans, a brick-and-mortar incarnation of the game itself
The Cubs play the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday a game in which both teams will …
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