Neighbors welcomed to Wrigley Field for Open House
October 6, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The Cubs may not be playing in October again this season, but for the 12th straight year, the team held Open House for Wrigleyville residents Saturday.
The Cubs gave out free food and drinks and even let people play catch on Wrigley Field.
The team also opened Wrigley Field to local police officers and fire fighters and their families.
The Cubs finished the regular season with 61 wins and 101 losses.
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