1930s Homestand Promotions and Guests: 5/16/14-5/21/14

Cubs Viewmaster
On May 18, the first 5,000 kids 13 and under will receive a Cubs Viewmaster.

The Cubs will host the following promotions and guests in honor of the 1930s decade at Wrigley Field. As always, several first pitch and seventh-inning stretch conductors will be tied to the history of Wrigley Field.

1930s Homestand Recap: May 16-21
Friday, May 16, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Babe Ruth’s “Called Shot” Bobblehead (first 10,000 fans)
  • First pitches: Babe Ruth’s daughter, Julia Ruth Stevens, musical group Haim
  • Seventh-inning stretch: Julia Ruth Stevens and her son, Tom Stevens
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, WGN 720-AM Radio, Cubs.com
  • Postgame Event: Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation’s Cook-Off for Cancer

Saturday, May 17, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Cubs Umbrella presented by Morton Salt (first 10,000 fans)
  • First pitches: Morton Salt Girl, members of the U.S. Military
  • Seventh-inning stretch: Professional wrestler CM Punk
  • Broadcast: Comcast SportsNet, WGN 720-AM Radio, Cubs.com

Sunday, May 18, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 1:20 p.m.

  • Throwback uniforms: Retro 1937 Cubs and Brewers uniforms
  • Promotion: Cubs Viewmaster® (first 5,000 kids 13-and-under)
  • Special Event: Youth Baseball and Softball Appreciation Day
  • First pitch and Seventh-inning stretch: Northwestern University men’s basketball coach Chris Collins
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, WGN 720-AM Radio, Cubs.com

Tuesday, May 20, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Yankees, 7:05 p.m.

  • First pitch: Three-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon
  • Seventh-inning stretch: TBD
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, WGN 720-AM Radio, Cubs.com

Wednesday, May 21, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Yankees, 1:20 p.m.

  • First pitch: Jim Miller, Holabird & Root (architectural firm that designed Wrigley Field’s bleachers and hand-operated scoreboard)
  • Seventh-inning stretch: TBD
  • Broadcast: MLB Network, Comcast SportsNet, WGN 720-AM Radio, Cubs.com

For more information on Wrigley Field’s 100th birthday celebration, please visit www.wrigleyfield100.com.

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