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WRIGLEY FIELD, HOME OF THE CUBS - CHICAGO, IL

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2017 TOURS THAT INCLUDE WRIGLEY FIELD 

Want to see Wrigley Field in 2017? Click on a link below to see the tours where we'll visit this and other great stadiums!  


MIDWEST TOUR - JUNE 30-JULY 7, 2017
7 nights, 6 Ballparks- Kauffman Stadium, Busch Stadium, Wrigley Field, Guaranteed Rate Park, Miller Park, & Target Field

MINI MIDWEST TOUR - JUNE 30-JULY 5, 2017
5 nights, 4 Ballparks- Kauffman Stadium, Busch Stadium, Wrigley Field, Guaranteed Rate Park

WINDY CITY PLUS TOUR - JULY 1-5, 2017
3 nights, 3 Ballparks - Wrigley Field, Guaranteed Rate Park, Miller Park 

MIDWEST TOUR, JULY 29-AUGUST 4, 2017
6 nights, 5 Ballparks- Busch Stadium, Guaranteed Rate Park, Wrigley Field, Miller Park, & Target Field 

MINI MIDWEST TOUR, JULY 29-AUGUST 3, 2017
5 nights, 4 Ballparks- Busch Stadium, Guaranteed Rate Park, Wrigley Field, & Miller Park 

CHICAGO MILWAUKEE TOUR, JULY 31-AUGUST 3, 2017
3 nights, 3 Ballparks- Guaranteed Rate Park, Wrigley Field, Miller Park 

 
 

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ABOUT WRIGLEY FIELD...

Wrigley Field is the second oldest park throughout the majors, opening in 1914, two years after Fenway Park. The ballpark is known for it's distinct features like ivy on the outfield fence, bullpens along the foul lines and roof-top seating around the field.

Wrigleyville, the neighborhood around Wrigley Field, is known for the great atmosphere that accompanies Cubs games. Grab a beer, burger or new Cubs shirts at one of the great stores around the stadium!

STADIUM DATA:

  • 355 feet down the left field line
  • 368 feet in left center field
  • 400 feet in center field
  • 368 feet in right center field
  • 353 feet down the right field line

FUN FACTS:

  • Wrigley Field is dubbed “The Friendly Confines.”
  • Babe Ruth’s famous “called shot” happened in this stadium during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series, when he pointed to the bleachers before he hit a home run.
  • Pete Rose hit his 4,191st career hit at Wrigley Field on September 8, 1985, which tied him with Ty Cobb for the most hits in baseball history