Freeport, Illinois: Zombie Harry Caray, Little Wrigley Field

A little-league-size version of the famous Chicago ballpark, opened on April 28, 2008. A carved statue of announcer Harry Caray resembles a hungry member of the walking dead.
W. Empire St., Freeport, IL
In Read Park. From US Hwy 20 take Freeport exit. Drive south into town on Hwy 26 for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto W. Empire St. Drive a half-mile. You'll see the ball field and Harry Caray statue on the right, at the corner of S. McKinley Ave.
Caray statue stored in winter.
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Miniature Wrigley Field

On our way from Chicago to Galena we passed a sign for "Little Wrigley Field" and decided to go have a look. This Little-League-size field is in a city park and does, indeed, bear a strong resemblance to the real Wrigley. It comes complete with a replica scoreboard, press box, dugout (with phone), bleachers, box seats, "street signs," and a rather terrifying statue of Harry Caray (possibly as a zombie). According to a sign, the Cubs donated the bricks for the walls.

[Jennie R, 11/04/2013]

The ballpark was built in 2007 and claims to replicate Wrigley Field in 34 different ways. But they had us at "Harry Caray Zombie."

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