100 years of baseball at Wrigley Field including every Cub World Weries ever played to today's Cubs and modern play.
Produced by baseball historian and author Les Krantz.
Originally called Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field hosted its first game in 1914, and the 2014 season marks the 100th anniversary of baseball's second oldest ballpark. In Wrigley Field: The Centennial, Les Krantz tells the story of Wrigley's first 100 years--from the origins of the ivy on the outfield walls and ballpark traditions such as throwing back home run balls to Ruth's called shot in the 1933 World Series and unforgettable moments featuring stars Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, Billy Williams, Ryne Sandberg, Greg Maddux, and more. Featuring numerous photographs, Wrigley's first century is beautifully documented and an originally produced DVD narrated by Lou Boudreau Jr. and Ron Santo Jr. features footage from throughout the stadium's history including lots of 'color' with Harry Caray commentary.
Les Krantz, the producer, is the bestselling author of many sports books, including Dark Horses and Underdogs, Not Till the Fat Lady Sings, Reel Baseball, Yankee Classics, and Yankee Stadium: A Tribute.
Cast & CrewActors:
- Lou Bourdreau Jr.
- Narrator; Ron Santo Jr.
Director: Les Krantz
Producer: Wildwood Films
Label: Facts That Matter, I
Run Time: 44 mins
Release Date: 11/18/14