Today, the first round of the legal battle between the rooftops owners and the Chicago Cubs was decided. Technically, their lawsuit was not against the Cubs themselves, but filed a defamation lawsuit against sports consultant Marc Ganis. If you need reminding of what Ganis said back in January allow me to remind Continue reading Courts to Rooftop Owners: Suck it Up Buttercup
With Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs FINALLY ready to (allegedly) break ground on their long talked about expansion plans for Wrigley Field which include a full scale renovation fans are once again picking sides and letting their voices be heard. Whether the discussion is about the projected seven signs Continue reading New Is Always Better
Season Ticket Relocation Day. The one day a year where the Chicago Cubs give their loyal season ticket holders the opportunity to swap their seats for ones they like better, at no additional cost; unless you actually move to a more pricey section. Of course, we had the option to Continue reading Season Ticket Relocation Day
As you know, I love the Chicago Cubs and everything about them. I love going to Wrigley Field for games to watch the boys in blue, I love the ivy walls and the manual scoreboard. There is something special about Wrigley. Every time you walk into that majestic old ball Continue reading Ball Park Tour: Comerica
Late Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs and the city of Chicago finally came to an agreement which would allow Tom Ricketts and his family to go forward with their purposed $500 Million renovation plan for Wrigley Field. While the process is not yet completely finalized with the full go ahead, Continue reading The Genius of Tom Ricketts
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
Welcome back to another addition of how the Chicago Cubs have been stupid. I know that there are many ways that the typical Cub fans believes the Cubs are stupid, but you may be disappointed as this blog is not about what you think. This blog will not be about Continue reading How the Cubs Have Been Stupid. Part Two.
Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune, in his Sunday March 10, 2013 column, discusses that the Ricketts Family is considering a mascot for the Chicago Cubs. I for one personally find that to be a big mistake and having a mascot would detract from the experience of being at Wrigley Continue reading A Mascot, Really???!!!!!!!