Rooftops File Suit Over Renovations

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You knew this was coming and now the day has arrived. About half of the Wrigleyville rooftops (only eight of them) filed suit to stop the planned renovations and expansion of Wrigley Field. What can be seen as interesting though, is that lawsuit appears to be not against the Chicago Cubs Continue reading Rooftops File Suit Over Renovations

Rooftops Preparing to Tuck Tail and Run

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The rooftop owners must really be worried about their chances of winning a legal battle with the Chicago Cubs. After having their defamation lawsuit thrown out of court, and Tom Ricketts boasting his confidence that his revised Wrigley Renovation plans will be approved by the Chicago Landmark Committee which officially Continue reading Rooftops Preparing to Tuck Tail and Run

Cubs vs. Rooftops Is No Sure Thing

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Since David Kaplan put out a piece with sections of the contract between the rooftops and the Chicago Cubs, it’s been analyzed by lawyers, by bloggers who used to be lawyers, and now, by a blogger who knows a lawyer.  First, Brett Taylor at BleacherNation and Julie DiCaro from Aerys Continue reading Cubs vs. Rooftops Is No Sure Thing

Losing On Tanaka a Blessing in Disguise

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After a couple of days of Masahiro Tanaka hangover, it seems like as good a time as ever to say it: we’re probably better off without him.  Maybe it was a stroke of good luck for the Cubs to not have gotten married to an attractive young toy right now.  Continue reading Losing On Tanaka a Blessing in Disguise

Winds of Change, Uncertainty Blow Around 2014 Cubs Convention

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This year’s annual opportunity for adult fans to complain ask questions to the team’s leadership and for children to get autographs, pictures, and souvenirs from their favorite Cubs players (past, present and future), was held in Chicago at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers this weekend.  Not much new information was Continue reading Winds of Change, Uncertainty Blow Around 2014 Cubs Convention

An Innovative Idea on What to Do With Wrigley Field

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As each day this off season goes by, and the Chicago Cubs do not break ground, All I can do is shake my head. Wrigley Field is in desperate need to some serious renovations and repairs if they intend on spending significant time in the crowned jewel of baseball. The Continue reading An Innovative Idea on What to Do With Wrigley Field

Baseball #Weird

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Explanation 1, Explanation 2, Explanation 3 Cubs teammates came to the defense of the Chicago Cubs who last won the World Series on two separate occasions in the Chicago Cubs home opener. “You lose some respect for the fans,” pitcher James major upgrade. The team and the city appear to Continue reading Baseball #Weird

Rooftops Try to Play Hard Ball, How the Cubs Can Play Just As Hard

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Today the rooftop association threw out a scare tactic (please don’t kill our business) press release. As a part of the press release, the rooftop owners graciously told the Chicago Cubs Rooftops owners release counter offensive, saying Cubs can start rehab of clubhouses, restrooms w/o renegotiating landmark ordinance. — Paul Continue reading Rooftops Try to Play Hard Ball, How the Cubs Can Play Just As Hard