HistoireArticle: History of Wrigley FieldLe park was built in six weeks in 1914 at a cost of approximately $ 250,000 ($ 5. 3 million in 2008 dollars) by the Chicago Dining magnate "Lucky Charlie" Weeghman who had the Dolphins season. (The club has a lease fifty-five years to use the parking for app $ 18.000 per year). Designed by architect Zachary Taylor Davis (who four years ago, Comiskey Park was designed for the White SOx), incorporating the new "fire-resistant building codes" recently approved by the city. According to some sources, when it opened for the season 1914, Federal Association, Weeghman Park has a capacity of 14,000. Another source of the initial capacity was 20.000.En 1915, the end of the Federal League folded. The resourceful Weeghman formed a union, and chewing gum manufacturer William Wrigley Jr. to purchase the Chicago Cubs to Charles P. Taft for about $ 500,000. Weeghman immediately transfer Cubs West Side Grounds for the age of the fleet, running for two years. In 1918, Wrigley acquired a majority stake in the club. In February 1926, has renamed the park «Wrigley Field". In 1927, an upper deck was added in 1937, Bill Veeck, the son of the chairman of the club, planted vines of ivy on the walls was a champ.Wrigley Field hold-out during matches at night, do not install lights until 1988, after baseball officials refused to allow the Cubs to play all the games of the season without lights. The Night games are still limited, according to the municipal Board. The capacity is 44.250. TraitsWrigley Field followed by the determination of set design that was popular in early 20th century. The two zones on the wall, or "pit" located on the left and right field, giving these areas a little more length, when the wall was to follow the contours of the field center is shown in these wells, when the wind blows from the Cross, we used balls rebounding in all sorts of interesting directions, there is also a thread along the length the wall of the field, about two feet high, its main use is to keep fans from falling off the bleacher area, a playground, which is about seven to ten feet below the top of the wall. Called "The Cart "by players and fans, the rules of the State on the grounds that any fall ball in the net is a homerun, making the distance to hit a home run at Wrigley actually less wall area located in the region. lierreWrigley walls covered area is Field known for its walls, separate scope lierre.Le stadium is famous for the walls of the sector covered by ivy. during the first weeks of the season in baseball, the ivy does not blow, and all that is visible to the vineyards which increases. However, as the baseball season goes further in the spring, the ivy grows thick and green to camouflage the surface area of the hard wall. Many a ball was lost in the ivy on the impact outfield fences. outfielder will highlight that the ball is lost, raising his hands. When this happens, the referees will call time and the state has a ground rule double. In addition, there were opportunities for players in the area close to the wall hurt after a ball. The ivy covering the wall immediately east of Boston ivy, which can withstand the harsh winters of Chicago, better than the English cousin. Ivy planted in 1937 by Cubs general manager Bill Veeck, to try and add some items to fill the brand new wall, then immediately. toitsVoir also held positions at Wrigley seats Toitle through the roofs of the street offering views similar to those of stage seats de.Stade own old age surrounded buildings often benefit from a "free" look at the game for corporate souls. Most sites clubs have taken steps to move, the stands around, or build fences, rather than blocking the view. Perhaps the most notable of these was that of Shibe Park in Philadelphia, which caused a rift between residents and the group was not rescued. Cubs itself had built a huge fence along the outfield West Side Park, to hide the field from flats whose back porches were right next to stade.Mais the perimeter fence at Wrigley was different. The roofs of buildings in Waveland and Sheffield, which predate the stadium, was often filled with a reasonable number of fans with air meal while enjoying the game for free. The Cubs tolerated this quiet until the 1990s when some Owners of these flats started building little bleacher sections, and charging people to watch the games. This race was totally different, and the Cubs management became very vocal expressing their displeasure, threatening legal action. In 2003, they went to the line shows the top of the outer walls with opaque strips, to block the lines look more outside. This is the closest thing to a fence, despite the fact that Wrigley had seen. Therefore, the steps are sometimes called "The Fence Spiteless" and "The Ivy Wall". Viewed from the roof of a building on Avenue WavelandCela meetings and led to a peaceful settlement between the parties. The building owners have agreed to share some of their products with the Cubs and the Cubs received permission from the city to expand its own stadium is out in the streets and do some construction work in an open area of the property to the west, bordering Clark and Waveland, and close the rest of the Avenue of the seminar was on the property. The seats are now on top of the component area of the seat stadium, even if not included in the amount of posts assises.Certains roofs have become legendary in their own right. The Lakeview Baseball Club, which is at Avenue Sheffield (right field) phase displays a placard, «Eamus Catuli" (About Latin for "Let's Go Cubs!" Atul translation of «Cub», the closest equivalent Latin), flanked by a legacy time counter indicating futility Cubs. The meter is called "AC" for "Anno Catuli" or "the year Cubs." The first two digits indicate the number of years since the last championship division of the Cubs »at the end of last season (2008), the next two digits indicate the number of years since last trip to the Cubs World Series (1945), and the last three digits indicate the number of years since last World Series victory of the (1908). Today at Wrigley rooftops have become a unique alternative to watch baseball. Many sites feature terraces, open bar, specialty food and an atmosphere of play per day, although the quality of the display may vary depending on the position on the roof. InhabituelsLe wind patterns leading team in Wrigley Field. This photo was taken on August 27, 2005 Thurs-Cubs Marlins. Note the video card under the dashboard, and added 2004.En April and May, the wind comes often close to Lake Michigan (less than a mile east), which means north wind "blowing" circuit potential and transform them into outputs. This summer, however, or any other hot day and the wind, the wind often comes from the south and southwest, which means that the wind blows "and has the potential to turn normally harmless fly balls into circuits. A third variety is the crosswind, which generally runs from left field to right-angle scope and causes all kinds of disasters interesting. Under the direction of the wind, Wrigley can be either one of the nicest parks in the major leagues for pitchers or one of the worst. This makes Wrigley one of the parks most unpredictable tournament majeures.Beaucoup Cubs fans to find the nearest flag, before heading to the park play days for an indication of what the game might look like, this is less a factor in the games of the night, however, because the wind does not blow so difficult after sunset bas.Avec the wind blowing in, pitchers can dominate, and hitters have been thrown from time to time, but none recently, the last two occurred near the beginning and end of season 1972, Burt Hooton and the Milt Pappas, respectively. In the seventh inning of Ken Holtzman not the first hitter, 19 August, 1969 Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves hammered one seemed like they were headed for Waveland, but the wind caught it just enough to fielder Billy Williams let spring trap and "good." The wind blows, some circuits have real movie-measure is affected by muscular hitters. Sammy Sosa and Dave "Kong" Kingman broke the windows of buildings across Waveland Ave. repeatedly. Glenallen Hill put one on a roof. occasionally strikes have knocked on, or near, the first line or two of the "upper deck" of the center-field bleachers. Sosa hit the roof of the center field camera booth on the fly during the NLC in the Florida Marlins, approximately 450 feet loin.Mais probably the biggest explosion hit by Dave Kingman on a stormy day in 1976 while with the Mets. According to local legend, this day, Kingman launched a bomb that landed on the roof the porch area on the third center (east) side of Kenmore Avenue, 550 feet loin.Aucun batter never touched the center field scoreboard, but was hit by another type of ball: a golf ball hit by Sam Snead, using a problem deux.Peu iron from the weather, many fans gathered at the practice and stick games on Waveland Avenue behind the left field and Sheffield Avenue, behind right field for a chance to catch a ball to run home. bordTout Main table as park tour Fenway, Wrigley has even turned a hand panel. However, unlike the legendary home of the Red Sox, the scoreboard at Wrigley is mounted above the bleachers, center field, and not ground level, making it more difficult to achieve. The scoreboard was installed in 1937 when Bill Veeck installation of new bleachers and brick field wall stands, the table remained in place ever since, and has been amended once, 1988, when the installation lights, it was necessary to add a set of light ahead on the scoreboard. The scoreboard is still turned by hand, the results come on the board with a teletype machine (now a computer used to view the Average number of turners ), a number of changes Average Turner watches closely, it says, and walking the length of the interior of the dashboard and the hand, the numbers reflect the new partition for a particular game. We know that during the existence of the current board Wrigley Field , several factors came close, but nobody has ever touched. The dashboard is made of steel, welded into place, then painted forest green to reflect the foliage now increasingly thereafter. The elements are placed in windows exit steel, painted green forest, and numbered with white number with my game at Wrigley, however, the ride until the end of this round, the current reflected marked yellow numbers. The clock, located in the top center of the Dashboard never lost time in 73 years of history. The doors to enter the group located at both ends and the back of the scoreboard is a blue banner with the words "Chicago Cubs", white, words is also fitted with neon red, allowing the fire to see at night. chapiteauDirectement Main entrance above the main entrance of the stadium is a symbol of the best known outside the stadium, a big red tent Art Deco painted white letters read "Welcome Welcome to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. The capital is in place since the stadium changed its name in the mid-1920s, and posted notices on upcoming games using a design of the theater in ancient reputation, with letters replaced by the support suction cup on a long pole. In the 1980s, the original formulation of the famous theater was removed from the poster, and scrolling electronic bulletin board is added by splitting the house scene in two parts. The big red neon used at night, showing the famous "Welcome to Wrigley Field" in red letters, like the rest of the sign is in the dark. It is the most photographed outside the stadium. The Use of stadeArticle: List of events at Wrigley Field Base-ballArticle: History of the Chicago Cubs franchiseWrigley Field has served the home of baseball for the Major League Baseball Chicago Cubs franchise from 1916. Footballconfiguration Wrigley football field with additional seating in the stadium stands droitLes Chicago Bears National Football League played at Wrigley Field 1921 - 1970, before moving to Soldier Field. The group had moved from Decatur, and kept the name «Staley" for the season 1921. "Renamed themselves the" Bears "to identify with the team's baseball, a practice common in the NFL these days. Wrigley Field once held record for most games played in an NFL stadium with a 365 games of the NFL regular season, but this record was surpassed in September 2003 in Giants Stadium in New Jersey, thanks to the double occupation of the New York Giants and New York . The game played between jets and Miami Dolphins 14 Σεπτεμβρίου 2003 was the 366th regular season game at Giants Stadium NFL record breaking regular season Wrigley. 's 50 seasons the Bears spent at Wrigley Field was a record for NFL Lambeau Field until 2006, when copied that feat by hosting the Packers for the 50th season, and he burst into 2007.Au start, the Bears have worked on the leg that was there. Finally, were a large part of the bleachers Mobile stretching right and central parts of the soil and covers most of the existing grandstands and part of the right field corner bench. The "East Stand" raised the capacity of some 46,000 football Wrigley, a net gain of 9,000 jobs could be more natural ability. After the Bears left the structure would able to meet for several years as "North Stand at Soldier Field, until replaced by permanent jobs. The land is from north to south, ie from left field to the side within the scope of first base. The renovation of the bleachers made for a tight fit on the grill. In fact, the angle of the region south end was literally in the visiting baseball team dug-out canoe, which was filled with airbags, and requires a basic rule that the specific cutting this corner of the endzone. A corner of the bottom line ran north to a few centimeters shorter than the wall in left field. There is a legend Bronko Nagurski, fullback great bear crushed the line, head down and ran right through this area in late, making it smacked helmeted head on the skin brick. He returned to the bench and told Coach "Papa Bear" George Halas, "The last guy gave me a lick!" This kind of incident prompted the Bears to stay in front of some species fill mur.Les Bears are second only to the Green Bay Packers of the NFL league total, and all but one of them (the only Super Bowl championship), came during their mandate to Wrigley. After half a century, were forced to move because the NFL wanted each stage to accommodate at least 50,000. The Bear had a game at Dyche Stadium pilot (now Ryan field) on the campus of the University of Northwestern, but otherwise continued to Wrigley to be transported to the lake, ending five decades in order to activate the north side. A remnant of the bear would come to Wrigley discovered during the off-season reconstruction 20072008 playground: the foundation of goals. événementsmise Other rink in hockeyLe Chicago Sting of the North American Soccer League (NASL) used Wrigley, in Comiskey Park for home games at the end of 1970 and early 1980. Sting hosted the San Diego Sockers 25 Αύγ, 1979 in Wrigley, where the Bears used Soldier Field. Unlike Bear "grid layout Football Football ran east to west, from the right field foul territory in

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