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'Out at Wrigley'set for Aug. 25
2019-08-22

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The 19th annual "Out at Wrigley" will take place Sunday, Aug. 25, at Wrigley Field.

This year, the Cubs take on the Washington Nationals at 1:20 p.m. after the campaign's winning national anthem singer sings the song on the field, and the first-pitch contest winner throws out the ball.

Also, American Veterans for Equal Rights ( AVER ) Chicago's Jim Darby will be honored. Darby will be the first LGBTQ veteran to receive this honor.

VIP and bleacher reserved tickets are on sale now at OUTatWrigley.com; also see "19th Annual Out at Wrigley" on Facebook.


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