Posts tagged "Wrigley Field"

Chicago Cubs bullpen is fine, no moves necessary

Chicago Cubs bullpen is fine, no moves necessary
                            poll by twiigs.com     The Chicago Cubs (1-3) are off to another quintessential start. Opening the 7 games of the regular season at home – the team has losses in close, late game heart-breakers. The bullpen has blown 3 save opportunities out of 4,... Read more »

Case For A New Wrigley Field

Case For A New Wrigley Field
  October 6, 1945 – The Beginning of Da’ Curse of the Billy Goat.   William “Billy Goat” Sianis and his pet goat Murphy were allowed into Wrigley Field for the fourth game of the 1945 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers.  Sianis and the goat made it onto the playing field... Read more »

Can Theo Epstein's unique interview process work for the Cubs?

Can Theo Epstein's unique interview process work for the Cubs?
  Ever since the Chicago Cubs introduced former Boston Red Sox GM Theo Epstein as their President of Baseball Operations, things have gotten off to a rather expeditious start. Ten days after Theo was coronated, he went down to Florida to personally behead Cubs manager Mike Quade, setting the tone for a new era in... Read more »
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Chicago Fantasy Baseball Breakdown - Chicago Cubs

Chicago Fantasy Baseball Breakdown - Chicago Cubs
  In this edition of Chicago Fantasy Baseball Breakdown, we take a look at the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs have played great as of late, 7-3 in their last 10 games, the Cubs are looking to finish the season not as the leagues worst team. And so as winning goes in pro sports so goes... Read more »

Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field Drop Old Style Beer Following 2011 Season

Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field Drop Old Style Beer Following 2011 Season
    As if the season could get any worse for Cubs fans, the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field announced they are severing ties with their long standing beer staple Old Style. Old Style beer has been just as big a part of Wrigley Field as the ivy which grows from the cold, hard brick... Read more »

Roaming Report: Are Chicago's Ballparks Dangerous? Part I

Roaming Report: Are Chicago's Ballparks Dangerous? Part I
                  After watching this year’s Major League Baseball Home Run Derby where a fan was just saved by fellow spectators trying to catch a ball, I wondered if our very own ballparks are safe or if Chicago could possibly be the next destination of a tragic story... Read more »
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Welcome to Chicago: Chicago, As I See It

     I would like to take this time out and thank Jimmy Greenfield, the ChicagoNow community, and all of the readers around the world. It is your support, and encouragement that makes what I do worthwhile. Welcome to “Chicago, As I See It.” Where Jim Hendry would be better off working for the Mets,... Read more »