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Classic Cubs: A Tribute to the Men and Magic of Wrigley Field

Classic Cubs: A Tribute to the Men and Magic of Wrigley Field - Chris DeLuca, Chris DeLuca My husband found this on a cart at the library and checked it out for me. I glanced through -- an art book with history of the Cubs. I was most interested in the era that I knew -- Ernie Banks, Fergie Jenkins, Jack Brickhouse, etc. But I picked up a few other names from more recent history to round up my knowledge of the Cubs a bit. I was also surprised to read that the Bears played at Wrigley Field for a time until 1970. And it confirmed that the names were chosen intentionally -- the Bears for their association with the Cubs.