WRIGLEY FIELD - The ballpark at the corner of Clark and Addison opened its doors in 1914. With its ivy-covered walls and manual scoreboard, Wrigley Field has become a beloved piece of baseball's landscape and the game's history.
Designated as a National Historic Landmark, during the 20th Century Wrigley Field has hosted three All-Star Games (1947, '67 and '90) and five NFL championships (1933, '37, '41, '43 and '63).
And OH....those Cubs memories.
Babe Ruth's "called shot" (1932)
Charlie Grimm "Homer in the Gloamin" (1938)
Ernie Banks 500th Home Run (1970)
The "Sandberg Game" (1984)
"Let there be lights" (1988)
"Slammin Sammy" HR's 61-62 (1998)
and on and on and on.......
This is a framed (15 W x 17 L) photo of Wrigley Field (circa 1939) matted with a full ticket from the last game played at Wrigley Field in the 20th Century (9-26-99). Not only is this a full unused ticket, it is also a ticket from one of the Super Suite Sky Boxes. Slight scratch marks on left side of frame. Please see last image close-up.
A unique piece of Cubs history and no doubt a great conversation piece. One only available. Get it while you can.
This item is available for purchase and shipping within the USA only.