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“Ten Innings at Wrigley,” by Kevin CookA wonderful nonfiction account of the “wackiest baseball game ever played” — May 17, 1979 Phillies vs Cubs at Wrigley.The all-time best summer books, according to our readers|Stephanie Merry|May 27, 2021|Washington Post
Happy birthday Wrigley Field, but are you too beautiful of a ballpark?
“The idea is to get out in the open air, have a picnic,” Wrigley said.
Between 1916 and 1945, the Cubs would compete in five World Series in Wrigley, losing all of them.
Wrigley Field, Chicago Sept. 20, 2010 A man is arrested after planting a fake bomb outside Wrigley Field.
It does not help that he once misspelled he name of Cub former star Ryne Sandberg and gave the wrong address for Wrigley Field.
Mrs. Wrigley informs me that her father had no knowledge of the origin of the word, but found it in verbal use when he wrote.The Word Hoosier; John Finley|Jacob Piatt Dunn
The Wrigley had made her last up-stream voyage for the year, and was daily expected from Fort Smith.The Barren Ground of Northern Canada|Warburton Mayer Pike
As a mathematical instructor I imagine Wrigley was a good drillmaster rather than an inspiring teacher.Rustic Sounds|Francis Darwin
The Wrigley home was four blocks away, and Chester, once out of sight of his own home, became meditative.The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon|Richard Connell
Most fortunate Mrs. Wrigley—to have encountered Philip in that hour, which she deemed the blackest in her life.The King of Diamonds|Louis Tracy