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Author(s):Kurtz, Kent
Author Affiliation:Historian, Sports Turf Managers Association
Title:Wrigley Field: Let there be light
Column Name:Doc's dugout - An inning from our past and present
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Article Series:Wrigley Field, part 3
Source:Sports Turf Manager [STMA]. Vol. 16, No. 6, November/December 1998, p. 10-11.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Council Bluffs, IA: Sports Turf Managers Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Facility profile; Light; Baseball fields; Stadia; Case studies; History
Facility Names:Wrigley Field, in Chicago, IL
Abstract/Contents:Discusses how lights were installed in Wrigley Field in Chicago. Briefly describes the history of playing baseball at night and how it was done in 1935. Describes the planning stages of installing lights and how they got them to the stadium.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also part 1 "Wrigley Field - A nostalgic journey into the friendly confines" Sports Turf Manager, 16(4) July/August 1998, p. 9-10, R=54832. R=54832

See also part 2 "Wigley Field: [A retrospective from the 80's through the 90's]" Sports Turf Manager, 16(5) September/October 1998, p. 9-10, R=55495. R=55495
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Kurtz, K. 1998. Wrigley Field: Let there be light. Sports Turf Manager [STMA]. 16(6):p. 10-11.
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