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Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, marks the 100th anniversary of its first game on Wednesday with a matchup against Arizona. The ballpark that opened as Weeghman Park on April 23, 1914, has hosted millions of fans and been the scene of some of baseball's most indelible moments. Some stars who graced its friendly confines offer their memories:
Facebook's 1st-quarter soar to surpass expectations, CFO to step down
You have to have won a championship to get a signed ball on the shelf above the bar at Cava Restaurant on West Street. If every sports star who visited left signed memorabilia, owner Stavros Papahristou said the restaurant would be full.
The Chicago Bears were such big favorites over the New England Patriots in the 1986 Super Bowl that bettors were reluctant to put their money on either team.
It was Mike Ditka's day in Illinois _ and his night at Soldier Field.
Ray Rice is one of "my guys." I was telling people early in his career that he was my favorite non-Bear to watch. He's a little guy who played big — smashing, spinning and straining his way to success. I was driving the bandwagon before there were any passengers, and I drafted accordingly.
'Da Coach' believes that he could have stopped the president from taking office — and he regrets not doing it.
The Chicago Bears reached the Super Bowl under coach Lovie Smith and consistently boasted a formidable defense.
Hall of Famer Mike Ditka has had a minor stroke, an ESPN producer said.