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Chicago Cubs Tickets

A visit to Wrigley Field is an absolute requirement for any sports fan, especially for any Cubs baseball fan, who finally saw their team claim a World Series title in 2016. Buying opening day tickets to see the Chicago Cubs play is a great way to kick off a new baseball season, or you can check out Vivid Seats whenever you want for a wide selection of seats all year long for MLB games.

The ever growing list of rivals really makes practically each game on the Cubs 2017 schedule a must-see event. Highly anticipated division rival showdowns are a hot commodity at any time in the season, especially for Cubs games tickets against their long-time foe the St. Louis Cardinals, or when they are playing the White Sox in the Crosstown Classic. Other interleague teams of note that will be visiting Wrigley Field this year include the Los Angeles Angels, Chicago White Sox, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers.

How To Buy Cubs Tickets

Review the above Cubs schedule to find a game you are interested in. Sort by opponent, month, time of day or day of week to find the best contest quickly, and then choose the red tab beside the listing in order to get to the next screen to see our entire Chicago Cubs tickets selection.

On the following page, you will have a chance to select your seat. These typically include everything ranging from a prime spot close to the dugout or home plate to bleacher tickets. Your search can be streamlined by using the various filters for row, section, quantity or price. The interactive seating chart for Wrigley Field can be found as well on this screen, which gives you a visual display of everything that is available for a specific event.

Once you are ready to place your order, just click on “Buy.” Then sign in or create a new account to finalize your purchase for 2017 Cubs tickets.

The History of the Chicago Cubs

While The Cubs did manage to win the World Series back in 2016, there are few MLB fans that have had to suffer the way Cubs fans have. Back in the 1970s, actor Joe Mantegna wrong a play titled “Bleacher Bums.” The script focuses of supporters of The Cubs, who continue to be loyal to their team even when The Cubs are struggling. Of course, this hasn’t always been the case for The Cubs. At the turn of the 20th Century, the team managed to win the World Series in both 1907 and 1908. Between 1910 and 1945, they participated in the title round seven times, although they never managed to win the title. The team came very close to winning in National League pennant back in 2003, when they were playing against the Florida Marlins. Unfortunately, a fan named Steve Bartman destroyed their chances when he grabbed a catchable foul ball. The Cubs wound up losing both the game and the World Series. They wouldn’t back it to the post-season again for another 4 years. It would be 13 years before The Cubs managed to take the World Series title again.

The Greatest Moments in Cubs History

Even during the years when The Cubs were struggling, they still had one of the best players in the MLB. Ernie Banks, a shortstop who played for The Cubs between 1953 and 1971, was known for being a passionate and talented player. His catchphrase was “Let’s play two.” Banks was the first National League player to win MVP awards back to back. He entered the Baseball Hall of Fame in the year 1977.

Chicago Cubs Season Preview 2017

It’ll be difficult for the Chicago Cubs to beat their record in 2016. Not only did they manage to win the World Series title for the first time in more than 100 years, they also had the best record in the entire MLB. Currently, the team is preparing to defend the World Series title they won in 2016.

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