More Offerings at Wrigley Field if You’re a Rich Bastard

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Recently, I looked at some fixes Major League Baseball might consider to improve the pace of play.  This has the added effect of keeping fans interested and overall increasing the enjoyment of the game, at least in my opinion.  Grabbing casual fans’ attention can only improve the sport. Of course, as Continue reading More Offerings at Wrigley Field if You’re a Rich Bastard

Hey, they had to tear it down sometime…

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In case you needed any reminding, the Chicago Cubs start Cactus League play on Thursday.  The initial rotation is here courtesy of Carrie Muskat.  And there’s some more good news: @Cubs Cactus League schedule begins in 48 hrs. http://t.co/6Q6z7tF1Z7 will have free audio webcast coverage at 2 pm CT Thu Continue reading Hey, they had to tear it down sometime…

As the luck changes…

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Today marks the lunar new year, the first day of the Year of the Goat (or sheep, or ram, depending on your thesaurus use) in the Chinese Zodiac.  With every new year (even if it’s in the middle of February for some of us uncultured swine) comes a new feeling Continue reading As the luck changes…

The (Cubs) Empire Strikes Back

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I feel like total crap today because I most likely contracted the cold that my son got the other day and I feel like elephants are doing a can-can on my head.  So today wasn’t as smooth as it could have been school-wise and I think I napped through two Continue reading The (Cubs) Empire Strikes Back

The Wrigley 1060 Project Thus Far (VIDEO)

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As we get closer to Spring Training and Opening Night, here’s a nice video via the folks at Wrigley Blog and the Chicago Cubs showing the progress of the 1060 Project to renovate our favorite ball park: .@Cubs release a dandy behind-the-scenes video of the Wrigley Renovation. http://t.co/Bts3U33DNe via @mlb Continue reading The Wrigley 1060 Project Thus Far (VIDEO)

Let’s Talk Bleachers

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Over the weekend festivities at the annual Cubs Convention, what we knew for a while now became official. The Wrigley Field bleachers will not be ready by Opening Night. In fact, the bleachers will not be ready for use for the entire month of April. The target dates for the completion of Continue reading Let’s Talk Bleachers

Rebuilding…Literally

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Look at this picture.  What emotions are going through your mind right now? Here’s another picture: You can check out our Facebook page’s thread here, but the gist of it is that the Chicago Cubs were dead serious about getting this project underway after their groundbreaking ceremony last weekend.  First Continue reading Rebuilding…Literally

Ricketts, Cubs Fed Up With Rooftops. Moving Forward With Plan B

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The battle between the Chicago Cubs and the Wrigleyville Rooftops has been going on for much longer than Cubs owner Tom Ricketts would like. To be honest, any delay in their plans due to the rooftop owners could be classified as too long. Every day that the rooftop owners stand Continue reading Ricketts, Cubs Fed Up With Rooftops. Moving Forward With Plan B

Could the Cubs leave Wrigley? When Speculation Could Become Fact

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The Chicago Cubs could be on the verge of leaving Wrigley Field. The one phrase that no one wants to hear, but one that is a very real possibility due to all the problems the Wrigleyville Rooftops are causing for the Cubs in their attempts to renovate, restore and expand Continue reading Could the Cubs leave Wrigley? When Speculation Could Become Fact

Wrigley Shenanigans Afoot!

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Fran Spielman just tweeted her latest article on the ever-developing Wrigley Field renovation saga.  It seems that a lot of the neighbors aren’t too pleased about the Cubs getting their way (except for the whole “rooftops please don’t sue us” thing). The Cubs got the go-ahead Thursday to take another Continue reading Wrigley Shenanigans Afoot!