Wrigley FieldBuilt in 1914, Wrigley Field was originally called Weeghman Park. It was where the Chicago Whales of the Federal League played baseball. Two years later, the Cubs made it their home field, which at the time was known as Cubs Park. It became Wrigley Field when it was named for its owner, William Wrigley of chewing gum fame. Along with Cubs' home games, Wrigley Field, the oldest in the National League, hosts music concerts. Tours of the ballpark are available during the baseball season.
- Baseball Games
- College Football Games