A New Cubs' Fan Is Born: Wrigley Fields It took Paul and Teri Fields 15 years of "trying" to produce their first child. And the Cubs fans promptly named him Wrigley, in homage to the ballpark. He was born in Michigan City, Ind., on Sept. 12, and issued a tiny Cubbies uniform.
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A New Cubs' Fan Is Born: Wrigley Fields

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A New Cubs' Fan Is Born: Wrigley Fields

A New Cubs' Fan Is Born: Wrigley Fields

A New Cubs' Fan Is Born: Wrigley Fields

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As Chicago Cubs fans, Paul and Teri Fields knew what it meant to wait. It took 15 years of "trying" to produce their first child. And they named him Wrigley. Young Wrigley Fields was born in Michigan City, Indiana, on September 12th and was immediately issued a tiny Cubs uniform — a blue and red body suit and cap. Mr. and Mrs. Fields promise that Wrigley will be allowed to go by his middle name — Alexander — when he can talk.