Wrigley Field Print (11X14)
11X14 limited edition Wrigley Field print on archival paper, signed and numbered by artist Michael Koser.
Print Run: 10
Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.
The Cubs have played at Wrigley Field since 1914. The ballpark was known as Weeghman Park from 1914-1920 and then Cubs Park from 1920-1926.
“It’s impossible to not be excited doing Chicago Cubs baseball, especially at Wrigley Field.” - Harry Caray
"The thing we've always loved about the bleachers is that you never know who you're going to meet. One day we talked to some people sitting next to us and joined them after the game. That was the day I met my wife, Cece. We now have five children. Today, while the Ricketts family is responsible for Wrigley Field, it is also true that Wrigley Field is at least somewhat responsible for my family." - Tom Ricketts, Cubs CEO
"I love Wrigley Field. I love what it stands for. I understand the South Side and Comiskey Park and Soldier Field - I played in all of them. But there's something about Wrigley Field that is Chicago, maybe the North Side more than anything else. It's a great place with great history and I'm glad I was part of it." - Mike Ditka
Quotes from the book "A Century of Wrigley Field"