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The Chicago Cubs are one of the most iconic and beloved franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB) history. Founded in 1876, they are one of the oldest teams in professional baseball and have a rich tradition that spans generations. The Cubs are known for their storied history, passionate fan base, and historic home ballpark, Wrigley Field.

Wrigley Field, located in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago, is the second-oldest ballpark in the MLB, behind only Fenway Park. It opened in 1914 and is famous for its ivy-covered outfield walls, manually operated scoreboard, and iconic marquee at the entrance. Wrigley Field is a beloved landmark not only for Cubs fans but for all baseball enthusiasts, and attending a game there is considered a quintessential baseball experience.

The Cubs have had numerous legendary players don their uniform over the years, including:

  1. Ernie Banks: Known as "Mr. Cub," Banks was a beloved figure in Chicago and one of the greatest shortstops in baseball history. He was a two-time National League MVP and a 14-time All-Star during his Hall of Fame career with the Cubs.
  2. Ryne Sandberg: A Hall of Fame second baseman, Sandberg spent the majority of his career with the Cubs and was known for his exceptional defense and power at the plate. He won nine Gold Glove Awards and was a 10-time All-Star.
  3. Ron Santo: A beloved third baseman and broadcaster, Santo played 14 seasons with the Cubs and was known for his outstanding defense and leadership on and off the field. He was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012.
  4. Sammy Sosa: One of the most electrifying players in Cubs history, Sosa was known for his prodigious power and iconic home run celebrations. He won the National League MVP award in 1998 and hit over 600 home runs in his career.

The Cubs have several significant rivalries, but none more storied than their rivalry with the St. Louis Cardinals. Known as the "Cubs-Cardinals rivalry," it is one of the oldest and most intense rivalries in baseball, dating back over a century. The rivalry is fueled by geographic proximity, competitive divisional matchups, and a shared desire for postseason success.

In addition to their rivalry with the Cardinals, the Cubs also have heated rivalries with other National League Central teams, such as the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds. These rivalries add extra excitement to the regular season and contribute to the passionate atmosphere at Wrigley Field.

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