Steve Bartman Seat: #113

Aisle 4, row 8, seat 113, first row on the 3rd base side of Wrigley Field in Chicago where Steve Bartman sat in 2003 changing the course of Chicago Cubs history forever. He allegedly touched a foul ball that with the Cubs five outs away from the world series.

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  • GSCuriousEye 7y

    "most famous seat in baseball"? the most infamous!!!!!!!!

    Lovable Losers until the curse is lifted, for another centennial!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Loren Andersen 7y

    He didn't lose the game . Alex Gonzalez (and Mark Prior) did.
  • Sam 7y

    since the last time the Cubs won a world series....the telephone, tv, and internet was INVENTED.....think about
  • angelsfan82 7y

    Cubs Suck Anyway it will be another 100 years to come the cardianls will win the central
  • kdsolara1 7y

    Now would it really have mattered? We all know the Red Sox are the Best!!! Go Red Sox !!!! Lets have a Repeat xoxo
  • Charles Farris 7y

    Wow, I hate that guy!! Oh, my Cubs....
  • Frank (Ford middle name) Vasquez 7y

    yeah, well he hates you too!
  • tkielich 7y

    No, this is the most infamous seat in baseball:
  • Loren Andersen 7y

    the ted williams seat is "famous", not infamous, like this one.
  • Tom Choi 7y

    steve bartman didn't "allegedly" touch the foul ball; he did touch it.
  • shea_goodbye 7y

  • hu90 7y

    You should burn that seat!
  • BrawnJaguarXJR-14 6y

    I thought that seat had Chicago Cubs stickers on it.
  • adam mattock 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called MLB NETWORK, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Lisa Kalb 6y

    die Bartman burn in hell!!!
  • BrawnJaguarXJR-14 6y

    There are a lot more important things in life than a baseball game.
  • Billy Ballhawk 5y

    Still a great place to visit while in Chicago,,,,,check out the Bartman seat while at Wrigley,,,,history
  • crapnut3000 4y

    who cares? sports-sniffing freaks
  • mabfff 3y

    @crapnut: If you don't care, why are you even looking at this picture? And who "sniffs" sports?
  • Randall Paulk 3y

    Nice piece of Cubs folklore now. The truth is the umpires failed to call fan interference when more than one fan leaned into the playing field to catch the ball. The rules state the batter was out. Very simple. Gonzalez booting the easy double-play made it even worse.
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