Below is a wonderful video of the first night game at Wrigley Field on August 8, 1988 (thanks to @ChicagoTough for sending my way).
Yes, as many of you already know, the game was postponed in the fourth inning due to rain with the Cubs leading the Phillies 3-1.
Thus, the first ‘official’ night game at Wrigley was held the following evening against the Mets, which the Cubs won 6-4.
For the season Chicago played six total games under the lights at Wrigley posting a (3-3) record.
3:00 – Interview with long-time season ticket holder and life-long Cubs fan Harry Grossman. He hits the switch to turn on the lights for the first time in a pre-game ceremony (8:15 mark).
22:00 – Old car commercial (there are several throughout the game).
31:00 – Ryne Sandberg commercial for Chevy.
36:00 - Tim McCarver & Ralph Kiner discuss new lights at Wrigley Field.
41:45 – Steve Stone introduces Wayne Messmer to sing God Bless America.
53:00 – Harry Caray interviews Bill Murray.
58:00 – First pitch from Rick Sutcliffe.