When L.A. Had a Wrigley Field of Its Own

Wrigley Field: baseball fans will forever associate the name with the Windy City. But for decades the City of Angels boasted a Wrigley Field of its own—the longtime home of the minor-league Los Angeles Angels.

Los Angeles’ Wrigley Field was, in fact, the first to bear the name. Though it had been open since 1914, Cubs fans still knew the Chicago stadium as Cubs Park on September 29, 1925, when L.A.’s newest ballpark hosted its opening contest between the Los Angeles Angels and the San Francisco Seals. (L.A. won, 10-8.)

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