Chicago Cubs San Francisco Tickets
The Chicago Cubs are the oldest professional sports team in the US today. They are among the most successful sides in the MLB, challenging for all the top honors year after year. They have won two World Series titles, sixteen pennants to go with five division championships. The Cubs have also made it to the World Series finals several times in total. Now they are preparing to face the reigning World Series champions, the San Francisco Giants and this promises to be a series of encounters you wouldn't want to miss out on. Just get your Chicago Cubs San Francisco tickets and watch all the action live at the AT&T Park.
There are not many teams that can lay claim to a past as illustrious as the Chicago Cubs'. They are the oldest and among the most successful professional sports teams in the country. The Cubs are now all set and ready to make their mark on the MLB once again.
The North Siders
The Cubs were created in 1870 as the White Stockings and are the oldest professional sports team in the US. The franchise made an excellent start and posted a winning average of seventy five percent in their first season. They built on this result and would win several league titles before they finally got to the World Series finals in 1906. Even though they lost in the end, things would only get better for the club in the next few years.
The boys in blue march on
The Cubs managed to win the World Series in the very next season by beating the Tigers. They would repeat the feat once again in 1908 and even though they have managed to get to the finals seven times to date, they have failed to win the title since then. They have however added sixteen NL pennants and five division titles to their collection, the last of which they won in 2008.
Now they are preparing to take on the reigning World Series champions, the San Francisco Giants , in what should be a very exciting series. You can now be there to cheer your team on as well. Book your Chicago Cubs San Francisco tickets and enjoy all the action live at the AT&T Park.