Los Angeles's Wrigley Field (Ballparks.com)
by Jim Gordon
Sabr Bio Project
Los Angeles's Wrigley Field in was built and opened in 1925 as the finest minor league park in the country. Some called it the best park in the country--majors or minors. From its earliest years Wrigley Field was home to multiple baseball teams, many other sports and community events. The history of Wrigley Field is rich and intermingles with the history of its city. It played host to the fiercest rivalry in minor league baseball between the Pacific Coast League (PCL) Los Angeles Angels and Hollywood Stars. After more than 32 years of PCL baseball, Wrigley closed its professional baseball doors for three years in 1958, before being reborn for the 1961 American League season as the home of the American League's new Los Angeles Angels.
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