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Wrigley Field is a historic stadium in which the Chicago Cubs play baseball until the playoffs start.

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Wrigley Field in 2004

Former names Weeghman Park (1914–1920)
Cubs Park (1920–1926)
Location 1060 West Addison Street

Chicago, Illinois 60613

Coordinates 41°56′54″N 87°39′20″WCoordinates: 41°56′54″N 87°39′20″W
Broke ground March 4, 1914
Opened April 23, 1914
Renovated 1937, 1988
Expanded 1922, 1927, 2006
Owner Chicago Cubs
Operator Chicago Cubs
Surface Grass
Construction cost $250,000
($5.89 million in 2014 dollars[1])
Architect Zachary Taylor Davis
General contractor Blome-Sinek Company
Capacity 41,072 with standing room at least 42,374
Field dimensions Left Field - 355 ft (108.2 m)
Left-Center Field - 368 ft (112.2 m)
Center Field - 400 ft (121.9 m)
Right-Center Field - 368 ft (112.2 m)
Right Field - 353 ft (107.6 m)
Backstop - 60.5 ft (18.4 m)
Outfield Wall Height

(Bleachers) - 11.5 ft (3.5 m)
(In corners) - 15 ft (4.6 m)

Tenants
Chicago Whales (FL) (1914–1915)
Chicago Cubs (MLB) (1916–present)
Chicago Tigers (APFA) (1920)
Chicago Bears (NFL) (1921–1970)
Chicago Cardinals (NFL) (1931-1939)
Chicago Sting (NASL) (1977–1982; 1984) [5]
Chicago Landmark
Designated: February 1, 2004

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