Wrigley Field Quiz

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Can you name the facts about Wrigley Field?

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What baseball team plays here?
What football team used to play here?
When did that team move to their current stadium?
When was Wrigley built?
What was it originally called?
What's Wrigley Field's nickname?
What team was the stadium originally built for?
When did the Cubs start playing there?
What was the stadium renamed to in 1920?
And what was it renamed to in 1926 after the new owner?
When were the bleachers and scoreboard constructed?
What's the only MLB stadium older than Wrigley?
How is the scoreboard operated?
Has a batted ball ever hit the scordboard?
What do the pennants above the scordboard signify?
What do the Cubs raise above the scoreboard when they win?
What plant covers the outfield brick wall?
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Who planted it?
There are two flags on the left-field foul pole for honored players. One is for #14, who is it?
And the other is #10. Who is that?
There are two flags on the right-field foul pole for honored players. One is for #26, who is it?
And the other is #23. Who is that?
When did Wrigley Field add lights?
What is Wrigley Field's current capacity? (rounded to the nearest thousand)
What newspaper company purchased the team in 1981?
Who purchased the team in 2009?
What beloved radio and tv announcer is honored with a statue in front of the bleacher entrance?
What are the four streets that surround Wrigley? (alphabetical order)
What college football team played a game at Wrigley, marking the first college football game there since 1938?
Who was their opponent?
What sport hosted their 'Winter Classic' at Wrigley in 2009?
What two teams played in that game? (alphabetical order)
What Chicago 'El' station services Wrigley?
Name an artist or band who has performed at Wrigley.

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Created Nov 17, 2010SourceReportNominate
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