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A Day In Wrigley Field History: August 20, 1996

The Cubs won this game, but lost an important player to injury.

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Cubs

In 1984, the Chicago Cubs captured the hearts and minds of Chicago sports fans. Even though they fell short of winning the World Series, the team left an indelible mark on a generation of Cubs fans who remember hearing Van Halen's "Jump" open WGN telecasts.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: August 28, 1995

It's the first appearance in this series of a player who would become very important in Cubs history.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: July 5, 1994

This was one of the longest days ever at the ballyard at Clark & Addison.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: May 28, 1993

Something happened in Wrigley on this day that will never happen again.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: September 19, 1992

A Cubs/Cardinals doubleheader got upstaged by Hollywood.

Fan Favorites By The Numbers: Reed Johnson

The next entry in the Fan Favorites series looks at a more recently revered role player.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: September 14, 1991

You'll remember the guy who won this game fondly, I think.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: July 10, 1990

Wrigley Field has hosted just one All-Star Game in the last 51 years.

A Day In Wrigley Field History: August 29, 1989

One of the greatest Cubs comebacks ever. (And that's not an exaggeration.)

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A Day In Wrigley Field History: May 11, 1988

This was a day when a 22-year-old pitcher came of age.

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