In 1919, the Chicago Bears were founded by the AE Staley Company in Decatur, IL. The team was originally known as the Staleys and played their first two seasons in Decatur at Staley Field. After the 1920 season, the Staley's moved to Chicago and Cubs Park (which was renamed Wrigley Field in 1926). The team played their first game at the ballpark on October 16, 1921 when they played the Rochester Jeffersons. The following season the team was renamed the Chicago Bears. The Bears played all their home games there for almost 50 years. So I guess you answer would be The Chicago Stanleys, The Chicago Bears, the Rochester Jeffersons and whoever played the Chicago Bears from 1920-1970 (or so).
The Philadelphia Phillies.
When George Halas moved his team from Decatur, IL, to Chicago, they played in Wrigley Field, home of the Cubs. Halas named his football team in honor of the stadium's primary tenants.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is only team I am sure of as of today. There are probably some other AL teams that havent been to Wrigley.
The Wrigley Field that the Angels called home for the 1961 season was in Los Angeles. It was built in the 1920s for the minor league Los Angeles Angels team owned by William Wrigley, the same man Wrigley Field in Chicago is named for.
Canadian football is played with 12 players per team.
The story goes that George Halas, in honor of having been allowed to use Wrigley Field (home of the Chicago Cubs) as the home field of the team, renamed the team Bears because "football players are bigger than baseball players".
Wrigley Field was actually originally in California. Since the Angels were the only team in the area, they used it. when wrigley field moved to Chicago, the angels moved into Chavez Ravine, or Dodger stadium, until they got their own field in Anaheim
There can be 11 players per team on the football field
I was watching Mexican football, and the winning team had 12 players on the field.
Angels came to Anaheim in 1966. They were an expansion team in 1961 and played at a stadium in Los Angeles called Wrigley Field. The '62-65 Angels played at Dodger Stadium.