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At the start of the 20th century, the Chicago Cubs fielded a dynasty and history to professional baseball with players such as Frank Chance, Joe Tinker and Johnny Evers. With this crew, the Cubs obtained their back-to-back World Series championship in 1907 and 1908.
To the delight of diehard Chicago Cubs fans, this amazing team won their first World Series in over a century in 2016. The Cubs play their home games at Wrigley Field. This ball park was built in 1914 and is the second oldest baseball stadium behind Fenway Park in Boston which was built in 1912. The Friendly Confines has been the place for many historic moments such as “called shot” by Babe Ruth, "Homer in the Gloamin' " by Gabby Hartnett, 20-strikeout affair by Kerry Wood and many more. The Wrigley was called Weeghman Park and the place where the current Wrigley Field was once the site of a seminary.
The maiden National League professional game played here dates back to 20th of April, 1916 where the Cubs defeated the Cincinnati Reds and there was a bear cub present at this game. The name Wrigley came into effect in 1926 after the Wrigley family, headed by William Wrigley Jr., purchased the franchise from Weeghman. The stadium was mainly operated by hand, especially in scoring and innings. Further renovations and modernization has been made. The stadium added lights during 1988 that support night games.