Posts tagged "Wrigley Field"

My Afternoon Playing Softball on Wrigley Field

The Kup and the Starwood Preferred Guest Marquee
On Friday I was lucky enough to be able to crash a softball game at Wrigley Field. The game was hosted by Starwood Preferred Guest for members of its loyalty program who had accrued enough points to partake in this awesome event. Also on hand adding to the festive climate were Clark the Cub and... Read more »

Gino's East or Giordano's? Wrigley Field or Soldier Field? Google Results Declare Winners in 20 Chicago Rivalries

Gino's East or Giordano's? Wrigley Field or Soldier Field? Google Results Declare Winners in 20 Chicago Rivalries
We Chicagoans love to compare.  We will always  compare our city to New York, just like we’ll always debate  who serves  the best deep dish pizza and which side of town hosts the superior baseball team. I thought Google results could be one simple metric to declare a winner, and while I was a it... Read more »

10 Signs It's Summer In Wrigleyville

10 Signs It's Summer In Wrigleyville
Follow @dantello1 Summertime is upon us in Chicago, and here at Lists That Actually Matter we are stereotyping neighborhoods because it is fun, easy, and bound to irrationally piss somebody off.  Today we are doing Wrigleyville, and we will save the “Cubs are already out of the playoff race” as a sign it’s summer in... Read more »
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Top 5 people you will see at Wrigley Field on Opening Day

Top 5 people you will see at Wrigley Field on Opening Day
Hopefully you fall into one of these 5 categories, or you will be watching the Cubs take on the Pirates from the comfort of your very own cubicle. ————————“Like” Lists That Actually Matter on Facebook.

Top 5 Slogans for the 2011 Cubs

Last year the Ricketts family became the new owners of the Cubs, and opted to go with the slogan “Year 1″.   Or, as I like to call it, the two-handed flip-off from Tom Ricketts to Cubs fans across America.  Year 1? Hey, Cubs fans, forget ’08, ’03, ’84, and Brant Brown,  It’s “Year 1!” ... Read more »

Top 5 Things Rumored to Have Blown Off Wrigley Field's Roof

For those of you who don’t know, debris from the Cubs already crumbling Wrigley Field and franchise fell off the roof, and onto the street causing parts of Clark and Addison St. to be shut down.  Here, are the 5 other things rumored to have fallen off the roof of Wrigley.
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