Wrigley Field 1st Night Game (Harry Grossman)

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Harry Grossman The Oldest And Longest Season Ticket Holder Was Given The Privilege Of Flipping The Switch After Having Seen Over 4,000 Cubs Home Games. The Crowd Chanted In The Background, And Harry Said, "One, Two, Three Let There Be Lights!".   He Then Flipped The Switch And 110,000 Watts Of Light Poured Onto The Field.   

Harry Autograph The August 8th Envelopes Since He Was Part Of The Grand Ceremony The Cubs Had For This Event. 

Rick Sutcliffe  Started The Game Against The Philadelphia Phillies, Then With The Cubs Leading 3-1 In The 4th Inning The Rains Came.  Not Just A Light Rain, But A Downpour.  After A Two-Hour Rain Delay, The Game Was Called, Erasing It From The Record Books.  The Next Night The Game Started Again As The First Complete Game At Wrigley Field. The Cubs Bet The Mets 6-4.  

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