Wrigley Field, Chicago (May 2004 / September 2005)

Wrigley Field is a true timeless classic of great American ballparks.  If Chicago were smart it would never build a new stadium for the Cubs which many cities are doing today for their teams.  Wrigley has survived from the early days of baseball, through the cookie-cutter stadium era, to today when hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent on constructing new parks to look and feel like Wrigley already does.

This slideshow contains photos from a May 2004 trip when the Cubs were on the road and from a September 2005 trip when we landed tickets to a game.

For a panoramic for the front of the stadium, click here.