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The Chicago Cubs are a baseball team from Chicago, Illinois. They play in the National League of Major League Baseball. They are members of the Central Division and have won three division titles. They play their home games at the Wrigley Field, located in the North side of Chicago. It has been their home since 1916, hence they are also called the North Siders. One incident in 1945 stands out in the Cubs history which is called the Curse of the Billy Goat. A spectator was asked to leave the stadium since he was accompanied by his goat. He cursed the Cubs before leaving and since then the Cubs have yet to win a World Series. Get Chicago Cubs Las Vegas tickets and watch the Cubs play.
The Chicago Cubs have seen many brilliant players wearing their blue, white and grey kit. They have seen many unforgettable games and moments in baseball, but none so memorable as the early nineteen hundreds. The era from 1902 to 1912 is referred to as the “Cubs Dynasty” in their history. The Cubs were the most successful team during that time, winning a record making one hundred and sixteen games out of the total one hundred and fifty four they played in the season. They took their winning percentage to point seven six, the highest ever recorded in Major League history during that time.
To cement their place as the most dominating team, the Cubs won two consecutive World Series championships, in 1907 and 1908. During this time the Cubs were also able to win four pennants. The Cubs will play against the New York Mets at the Cashman Field in Las Vegas. Las Vegas the most populated city in Nevada is known for its many glamorous hotels and casinos. Head out to Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world and watch the sports fixture with Chicago Cubs Las Vegas tickets.
Theo Epstein was hired as the president of Baseball for the Cubs in 2011. Epstein who had one year left with the Red Sox, is known for reversing curses. With his signing it was immediately clear that the Cubs will be heading in a new direction. With changes in the culture of the team, many fans have been expecting the Cubs to reel in another trophy for their dressing room.