Mr. Wrigley's Ball Club: Chicago and the Cubs during the Jazz Ageby Roberts Ehrgott
Chicago in the Roaring Twenties was a city of immigrants, mobsters, and flappers with one shared passion: the Chicago Cubs. It all began when the chewing-gum tycoon William Wrigley decided to build the world’s greatest ball club in the nation’s Second City. In this Jazz Age center, the maverick Wrigley exploited the revolutionary technology of
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Highly enjoyable read about the Cubs of the late 20s and early 30s. Some great teams and players but no World Series Championships. Fun to read about players whose names you recognize-Hartnett, Hornsby, Wilson, Cuyler and others-but don't really know much about other thaan their stats.