2017 Cubs Tickets - Wrigley Field - Chicago

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If you're a sports enthusiast, then you simply have to make a trip out to Wrigley Field. If you're a Cubs fan, then it's practically a holy journey to the place where they finally claimed one more World Series. Buying some tickets for the Opening Day at Wrigley Field is an amazing way to kick off the season of baseball. You can also check Vivid Seats at anytime through the year if you want to find out if there are seats for any upcoming MLB game.

Every year it seems there's another name on the list of rivals for the Cubs. The 2017 Cubs schedule is a dramatic affair that must be seen to believe. There are a number of showdowns that people are raving about already. Any time division foes meet to battle on the field of baseball, it's a time worth buying tickets. If the Cubs are playing the Cardinals or the White Sox, you know it's going to be good! There's also a number of interleague games. You can get tickets to games that will include such teams as the Seattle Mariners, the Texas Rangers, and even the Los Angeles Angels!

2017 Season Preview

After 2016, it'll be hard for the Chicago Cubs to take it to the next level. After over a century of being unable to take home the title, they not only won but managed to maintain the best record in the entire MLB. The Cubs are out to be fighting champions, and in 2016 they want to defend their title against any and all comers. They've got such champions as Kris Bryant and Ben Zobrist on their side, and they're ready to rumble. Their pitching rotation is also amazing. With the likes of Jon Lester, Kyle Hendricks, and Jake Arrieta, they might have the best rotation in the nation! In 2017, the Chicago Cubs are going to give fans more than one show of a lifetime. So don't miss your chance to see the best teams playing the best baseball at the all new renovated Wrigley Field!

The Cubs play all their home games right here in Chicago, Illinois, at the historic Wrigley Field. The renovations done in 2015 have allowed the stadium to seat over 42,000 people. Not only that, but it's still the oldest ballpark in the National League!

 

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