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July 25, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The infields at Anaheim Stadium and Wrigley Field are oddly similar: The grass is nearly as high as an elephant's knee and the dirt in front of the plate is almost mushy. The thick growth slows down grounders, and...
September 20, 1982 | Rick Telander
Good tickets are rare things. This is a postulate of life. I learned it in the fifth grade when I went with 30 other Peoria traffic safety patrol boys to a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field. Though there were fewer...
July 21, 1980
OLD PARKSSir:I am one of Papa Carl Leone's "boys" who keep watch over the rightfield bleachers at Wrigley Field and who read E.M. Swift's article on the "friendly confines" (One Place That Hasn't Seen the Light, July...
July 07, 1980 | E. M. Swift
July 07, 1980
They are a vanishing breed, ball parks like Detroit's Tiger Stadium (right), once known as Briggs—parks built before World War II, before expansion and before domes. On the following pages are the others, including a...