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100 Years Of Wrigley Field [Photos]

National League’s Chicago Cubs baseball players (left to right) Tyler, Jim Vaughn, Phil Douglas, and Hendrix, standing in front of a dug- out at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1918. Weeghman Park was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
Flag commemorating the Cubs' 1929 National League championship National League’s Chicago Cubs baseball players (left to right) Tyler, Jim Vaughn, Phil Douglas, and Hendrix, standing in front of a dug- out at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1918. Weeghman Park was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
Chicago Cubs (Left to right) Riggs Stephenson, Kiki Cuyler, Roger Hornsby, Hack Wilson (via Chicago History Museum)
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USE SDN-069827. Chicago Cubs (Left to right) Riggs Stephenson, Kiki Cuyler, Roger Hornsby, Hack Wilson
Chicago Cubs (Left to right) Riggs Stephenson, Kiki Cuyler, Roger Hornsby, Hack Wilson (via Chicago History Museum)
Crowds standing in line behind bleachers outside Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, 1929. (via Chicago History Museum)
Crowds standing in line behind bleachers outside Wrigley Field
Crowds standing in line behind bleachers outside Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, 1929.
Crowds standing in line behind bleachers outside Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, 1929. (via Chicago History Museum)
Chicago Bears football players Harold Red Grange, Frank Hanny, and McMillen at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1925. Weeghman Field was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
Chicago Bears football players Harold Red Grange, Frank Hanny, and McMillen at Weeghman Park
Chicago Bears football players Harold Red Grange, Frank Hanny, and McMillen at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1925. Weeghman Field was later renamed Wrigley Field.
Chicago Bears football players Harold Red Grange, Frank Hanny, and McMillen at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1925. Weeghman Field was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
National League's Chicago Cubs baseball players (left to right) Tyler, Jim Vaughn, Phil Douglas, and Hendrix, standing in front of a dugout at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1918. Weeghman Park was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
Chicago Cubs baseball players Douglas, Hendrix, Tyler, and Vaughn
National League's Chicago Cubs baseball players (left to right) Tyler, Jim Vaughn, Phil Douglas, and Hendrix, standing in front of a dugout at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1918. Weeghman Park was later renamed Wrigley Field.
National League's Chicago Cubs baseball players (left to right) Tyler, Jim Vaughn, Phil Douglas, and Hendrix, standing in front of a dugout at Weeghman Park, Chicago, Illinois, 1918. Weeghman Park was later renamed Wrigley Field. (via Chicago History Museum)
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