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All About Wrigley
Originally known as Weeghman Park, In 1914 Wrigley Field became the second oldest park in the major league. The ball park was renamed Cubs Park in 1920 after it was purchased from the family. In 1926, the Wrigley family renamed the park one final time to Wrigley Field. This name honored Cub's owner, William Wrigley Jr.
Cubs and baseball fans alike can still enjoy the original scoreboard which remains working today.
- The original vines were purchased and planted by Bill Veeck in September 1937
- The field sits built on the grounds once occupied by a seminary
- Wrigley Field seats 41,160 baseball fans
Starwood Hotels + Chicago Cubs
Starwood Hotels of Chicago is the proud hotel partner of the Chicago Cubs. We invite you to stay before and after the game this season and enjoy history in the making at Wrigley Field!
Enjoy the sights and sounds of historic Wrigley Field while staying just minutes away at The Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago.
- Enjoy our best available rates
- Valid for stays all days of the week
Book online or call 866-716-8108 and ask for our best available rates.
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