It's also interesting to know that the Wrigley field you know of wasn't the first ballpark to bear the name "Wrigley Field"
The original "Wrigley Field" was in LA and was home to the PCL Los Angeles Angels
edit: Just want to add I'm not sure what [MENTION=2726]rsmath[/MENTION] is saying about those 2 parks not being the oldest. I'm fairly certain they are.
Last edited by TehRegulator; 04-23-2014 at 03:04 AM.
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