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Ballparks: 1876 - Present

23rd Street Grounds
  • Location: 23rd and State streets
  • Years: 1876-1877
  • Record at Park: 42-18
Lakefront Park
  • Location: South of Randolph Street, between Michigan Ave. and Illinois Central Railroad tracks
  • Years: 1878-1884
  • Record at Park: 225-86
West Side Park
  • Location: Congress and Throop streets
  • Years: 1885-1891
  • Record at Park: 288-131
  • Notes: In 1891, the ballpark was used solely for Monday, Wednesday and Friday home games.
South Side Park
  • Location: 35th and Wentworth streets
  • Years: 1891-1893
  • Record at Park: 85-75
  • Notes: In 1891, the ballpark was used solely for Monday, Wednesday and Friday home games.
West Side Grounds
  • Location: Polk and Lincoln (now Wolcott) streets
  • Years: 1893-1915
  • Record at Park: 1,018-640
  • Capacity: 16,000
  • Dimensions: Left field: 340 feet; center field: 560 feet; right field: 316 feet
  • Notes: In 1893, the ballpark was used solely for Sunday home games
Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field in 1932
1932 aerial view of Wrigley Field
  • Location: Clark and Addison streets
  • Years: 1916-Present
  • Record at Park: 1,018-640
  • Capacity: 38,765
  • Notes: Originally built as Weeghman Park, was renamed Cubs Park in 1920 and Wrigley Field in 1926.
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