What Major League Baseball team did the owner of Wrigley's chewing gum own?
When William Wrigley Jr. moved to Chicago, he started selling soap and baking soda. He began offering customers a free pack of chewing gum with every purchase, only to discover that the gum was actually more popular than the products it was promoting. The company would eventually become the largest producer and distributor of chewing gum in the world. In 1921, William Wrigley Jr. became the majority owner of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, and five years later he renamed their baseball stadium to Wrigley Field.
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