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Chicago Cubs celebrate in style playing to full house at Wrigley Field

Chicago Cubs celebrate in style playing to full house at Wrigley Field

Little by little it is returning to normality, as far as possible, in Major League Baseball. This Friday the Chicago Cubs celebrated in style having filled their stadium, the legendary Wrigley Field, for the first time in the last almost two years due to the appearance of the Coronavirus pandemic.
With the name of “Opening Day 2.0” the Chicago Cubs began the celebration before their fans in the game against the St. Louis Cardinals. With the legend “Welcome Home” behind the plate, Wrigley Field showed its best side to host a large number of fans who enjoyed more than just a game of baseball.
Before the game, the kickoff was made by iconic Chicago Cubs players Andre Dawson, Fergie Jenkins, Ryne Sandberg and Lee Smith. For the seventh episode, the comedian and Cubs fan Bill Murray had a special participation that the fans loved.

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Celebration with victory included
The celebration this Friday after returning to play at full capacity at Wrigley Field was crowned by the Chicago Cubs with a victory over the St. Louis Cardinals, with a score of 8 runs for 5, in a game in which Anthony Rizzo left for the street like Joc Pederson.
Rizzo’s home run had a peculiarity and that is that it came in a turn in which he saw 14 pitches from Daniel Ponce de León. It is the longest shift for a Cubs player since 1988. Following his connection, Rizzo retired to the dugout amid the fan celebration he returned to at home. (GG) (Bolavip)

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