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Chicago Cubs History
The team that we know today as the Chicago Cubs were founded in 1876 and were one of the inaugural members of the National League. The team that was once known as 'The Lovable Losers' went 108 years between World Series wins, going back-to-back in 1907 and 1908, before not winning the championship again until 2016.
The Cubs went over 70 years without even making a World Series appearance - more on that below - winning their 16th National League Pennant in 1945 but not claiming their 17th until their World Series winning year in 2016.
The North Siders have had plenty of stars over the years. Ernie Banks - better known to some as "Mr. Cub" - is the obvious choice as their best-ever player. He played 19 MLB seasons in Chicago and was a back-to-back NL MVP in 1958 and 1959. Fans of a different generation will remember cheering on Sammy Sosa and his booming home runs. There is an asterisk (or two) next to his name, but there is no doubt that "Slammin' Sammy" added to the Cubs' fanbase in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Chicago Cubs Fact Check:
- Founded - 1876 (Chicago White Stockings). Chicago Cubs since 1903.
- Stadium - Wrigley Field
- World Series Titles - Three
- Last World Series Win - 2016
- Weird Fact - The Cubs' 70-year World Series curse was attributed to a hex put on the team after William Sianis and his pet goat were kicked out of Wrigley Field during Game 4 of the 1945 World Series.
2023 Chicago Cubs Updates
5/2/23 - Worth keeping an eye on the fact that Cody Bellinger isn't far off his slash-line pace from his 2019 NL MVP season.
Chicago Cubs Tickets (FAQs)
How much do Chicago Cubs tickets cost?
Like tickets for most MLB teams, Chicago Cubs tickets vary wildly in price. Tickets for the Outfield Upper Deck can be as cheap as $18 for midweek games against non-traditional opponents, especially if you buy them at the last minute.
On the other hand, Field Box, Club Box, and Dugout Box tickets can easily spike to over $750 - and go as high as $1,000+ - for weekend games that have rivalry or NL East implications.
Where can I buy Chicago Cubs tickets?
The best place to buy Chicago Cubs tickets is with Immortal Seats through either our website or mobile app.
Is it possible to buy cheap Chicago Cubs tickets?
Yes, you can with Immortal Seats! The trick with buying cheap Cubs tickets is to wait until the last minute (in most cases), as inventory is usually greater than demand.
If you have specific seats - or a specific section - you are looking to sit in, then be sure to buy early, but if you just want to experience the grandeur of Wrigley Field for a Cubs game as cheap as possible, then wait until close to first pitch - maybe even the day of the game - to see what Cubs tickets we have available on the site!
Where do the Chicago Cubs play?
The Chicago Cubs play at the iconic Wrigley Field. First opening back in 1914 as Weeghman's Park, the Cubs played their first home game at the ballpark in 1916. Renamed Wrigley Field in 1927 as the Cubs were under the ownership of chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr.,
Wrigley Field is the second oldest stadium in MLB - and the oldest in the National League - with only Fenway Park of the Boston Red Sox being older. Its age also means that Wrigley Field has features and touches modern ballparks lack. The most famous are the ivy-covered outfield walls, which change from vines to green to red over the season, flowing with the summer the same way baseball does.
Are there other events at Wrigley Field?
So very, very many. The NFLs Chicago Bears played at Wrigley from 1921 to 1970 before moving to the football-specific Soldier Field. Northwestern has played occasional college football games at the venue, while the 2009 NHL Winter Classic saw an outdoor hockey game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings.
Wrigley has been open to concerts since 2005, but its downtown neighborhood location has caused issues with concert noise late into the evenings. Big acts to play Wrigley Field include The Police (2007), Paul McCartney (2001), Bruce Springsteen (2012), and Pearl Jam (twice).
The 2023 concert calendar includes the following acts:
- Dead & Company (Friday, June 9, and Saturday, June 10)
- Fall Out Boy (Wednesday, June 21)
- Morgan Wallen (Thursday, June 22 & Friday, June 23)
- Bruce Springsteen (Wednesday, Aug 9 & Friday, Aug 11)
- Pink (Saturday, Aug 12)
- Guns N' Roses (Thursday, Aug 24)
- Northwestern vs. Iowa NCAA Football (Saturday, Nov 4)
Where can I buy parking for Chicago Cubs games?
Immortal Seats is where you buy cheap Chicago Cubs parking passes. Get your pass through the ticket link next to the Cubs game you are going to on the website, and ensure you will have parking when attending a Cubs or Wrigley Field event.
Which team is the main rival of the Chicago Cubs?
The Cubs have three main rivals you can target if you want to watch a game at Wrigley with a little spice on the line.
- St. Louis Cardinals - With almost 2,500 games played between the Cubs and the Cards, the I-55 Series is one that has been maintained through two National League realignments. This means that this rivalry is almost always one with division-winning implications.
- Milwaukee Brewers - The I-94 Series is another divisional rivalry that has endured due to the 83.3-mile drive between the ballparks.
- Chicago White Sox - MLB is the only Big 4 sport with two Chicago teams, so it is only natural that a rivalry exists even with the Cubs in the National League and the White Sox in the American League. The rivalry dates back to 1906 when the Cubs and White Sox battled out the first World Series between teams from the same city.
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