Opened in 1914, and originally named Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field is the home of the Chicago Cubs. Nicknamed the “Friendly Confines,” Wrigley is the oldest Federal League baseball stadium still standing and one of the smallest ballparks in the Major League. Known for its iconic ivy-covered outfield walls, Wrigley Field is a fierce defender of tradition as it still uses manual scoreboards and raises colored flags to announce a previous game win or loss. Each charm hangs from Alex and Ani's Expandable Wire Bangle and is available in a Russian Gold and a Russian Silver finish.
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