Cubs giving away pieces of Wrigley Field sod

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Here’s your chance to own a piece of the Cubs’ historic season.

As offseason renovations continue, the Cubs are giving away sod from Wrigley Field.

According to a report from ABC 7 Chicago, fans can claim their piece of Wrigley on a first-come, first-serve basis Monday and Tuesday.

Fans can find the 18-by-18 pieces of turf along Sheffield Avenue just north of Addison Street, according to the report.

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