Chicago Cubs Tickets
The Chicago Cubs may not be one of the most powerful or consistent teams in the NL division, but their fan base is one of the strongest and people are still lining up to get tickets to Chicago Cubs games at Wrigley Field and at other ballparks around the country, and their 2008 season promises to be better than the dismal 2007 season, when the Cubs finished last in their division. A shakeup in the Cubís management and some new blood in the bullpen are sure to help this season be one of the most memorable in Chicago Cubs history!
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Chicago Cubs History
The Chicago Cubs are one of the oldest and most popular franchises in major league baseball. Since their beginnings in 1902, the Cubs incredible fan base has made tickets to Chicago Cubs games, whether at their home stadium of Wrigley Field or at other baseball venues around the country, a hot commodity. Despite the fact that the Chicago Cubs havenít won a World Series since 1908, they have one of the strongest fan followings in MLB. Cubs ticket sales have remained strong despite the teamís lack of championships and lack of wins in recent years.
Wrigley Field, the second oldest park in the Majors, has been home to the Chicago Cubs for more than one hundred years and its iconic ivy foliage is an image that remains synonymous with Major League Baseball and the Cubs team. Fans pay top dollar for Chicago Cubs tickets not only to see the well-loved team play, but also to take in the rich history of the ballpark. Whether pitcher Kerry Woods is playing or on the disabled list, whether Cy Young Award-hopeful Carlos Zambrano throws a no-hitter, or whether Cubs manager Lou Piniella shakes up the starting line-up, fans are happy to enjoy their cold beers, hot dogs, and the legendary views from the bleacher seats. Bleacher tickets at Wrigley Field have long been a tradition for die-hard Chicago Cubs fans since the bleachers were first built in 1937 and can still fetch a premium price.
Chicago Cubs night games have also been a tradition in the city since the first night game on August 8, 1988, when the Chicago Cubs faced off against the Philadelphia Phillies for only three and a half innings before the game was rained out. And even now, nearly twenty years after that first night game, fans still gather to watch Wrigley Field come alive in the twilight and hope their favorite team can squeak out another win as they watch the stars on the field shine as bright as the stars over the Chicago skyline.
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