Chicago Cubs - San Diego CA
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Baseball has been the center of attention in the United States since forever. The American public loves baseball and the game is not just watched but played by all and they are all familiar with the rules and tactics as well as the strategies involved in and out.
The Major League Baseball or the MLB is the biggest league in the country and serves as a platform for the best players to excel and show their talents. It is also one of the most watched sports on television.
Every city has its own baseball team and at times more than one team from the same city playing in the MLB. The crowd from Chicago, Illinois supports the Chicago Cubs. The Chicago Cubs play in the Central Division of MLBs National League. The Chicago White Sox also play from Chicago so that makes the Cubs one of the two teams from the city. The Cubs are chartered members of the national league.
Previously owned by the Chicago Tribune and the Wrigley Company, the club is currently owned by a family trust of Joe Ricketts.
The Cubs haven’t won a tournament in a long time. So for the obvious reasons they are known as 'The Lovable Losers', but that has not made a dent in their fan following and they are supported just as enthusiastically today as they were at any time in history.
The Cubs play at the Wrigley Field, which has been their home ground since 1916. The Wrigley Field, because of its placement in the North of the city, gave the Cubs another nickname, 'The North Siders'.
The Cubs came to a professional level baseball in 1871. They have the status of being one of the oldest running teams in Major Sports in the United States. The jerseys of the Cubs are colored Red, White and Blue. The team is being managed by Mike Quade at the moment. Their biggest rivals are the ‘Chicago White Sox’ who play right across town. Also they have developed rivalries with ‘Milwaukee Brewers’ and ‘St. Louis Cardinal’s over the years.
The Cubs have had many nail biting clashes and there have been moments that just leave you in awe. Like the time when Steve Woodard hit the ball out of the field and into a five story building across the road, a hit that was estimated to have covered 500 feet.
With the new season coming, the fans will be looking to get their tickets for their favorite games. The players will be practicing hard to get some significant wins this season and make it to the play off perhaps. So whatever game you wish to see this season of the Cubs, we have the best tickets for you. So to cheer for your team, get your Cubs Tickets as soon as possible. No team does well without the support of ardent fans.