Welcome to Sportsevent.net we are a licensed ticket broker agency selling events for Chicago Cubs. Search our ticket inventory below for schedule events and ticket availability. Chicago Cubs Event Tickets may be purchased 24 hours a day through our secure online servers or by phone at 1-800-669-0571. Our ticket inventory is continually being updated so check back often or call us if the seats you desire are not available at this time.
Wrigley Field is the second oldest ball park in MLB to Fenway Park. The ivy lined outfield walls of the 1914-opened stadium are just one of the many factors that add to this storied facility. Wrigley Field lies at
1060 Addison St.
Chicago, Il. 60613 and can seat
From Lake Shore Drive (U.S. 41), turn onto Irving Park Road west. Take Irving Park Road to Clark Street and turn left (south). Wrigley Field lies ahead on the left. If traffic is heavy on Lake Shore Drive, take Broadway or Clark Street to Addison Street..
From the freeways, take I-90/94 to the Addison Street exit and turn right (east). Wrigley Field lies three miles to the east of the freeway via Addison Street. As an alternate roue use Interstate 90/94 to the Irving Park Road exit and travel east to Clark Street south for Wrigley Field.
Long championship droughts keep getting broken, and the Cubs keep getting left behind. A year after the Red Sox got their long-awaited World Series title, the crosstown White Sox got theirs, while the Cubs slumped below .500 and far out of the playoff race.
The pitching staff was hampered by injuries, with Greg Maddux and Carlos Zambrano the only starters who didn't miss turns in the rotation. Kerry Wood pitched just 66 innings before having shoulder surgery. The team's best pitcher was Ryan Dempster, who established himself as one of the best closers in the National League with 33 saves in 35 opportunities.
But the biggest bright spot for the Cubs in 2005 was first baseman Derrek Lee, who made a legitimate run at the Triple Crown and ended up winning the batting title by hitting .335. He was second in home runs with 46 and seventh in RBIs with 107. The Cubs batted .270 as a team and had 194 home runs, both second-best in the NL, but finished ninth in runs because they were undisciplined at the plate. Their 419 walks were fewest in the league. Epitomizing their approach was former centerfielder Corey Patterson, who hit .215 with 118 strikeouts and 23 walks.
The Cubs gave up on Patterson by bringing in Juan Pierre in a trade with the Marlins, in hopes Pierre can ignite the offense from the top of the lineup. Chicago has a core of strong players, both at the plate and on the mound; they're looking for the missing ingredients that can get them back to the playoffs.
Ticket prices are generally sold over face value and include service charges. SportsEvents.net is an independent broker not associated with Ticketmaster or any box office. All Chicago Cubs ticket sales are final and non-refundable and purchases are shipped through FedEx.
Please read our Policy page for any additional questions.
Sports Eventsprovides seating charts for almost every event, and venue. Each sports team page is provided with team profiles, schedules, and information regarding the team. If you cannot find the tickets for your special event that you are looking please give us a call and a sales representative will guide you to answers you are searching for. Call 1(800) 669-0571 - Fax : 1(302) 798-6552 or email.