The Cubs considered moving games to Milwaukee amid Wrigley Field renovations.
“We just thought it was too much displacement to move our fans,” Kenney says.
If you were planning to take in a Cubs game in the warm April sun via the bleachers, you are out of luck.
The team will explain its relocation plan at the Cubs Convention that starts Jan. 16.
Indications are that president Ted Phillips could be moved to a business-only role.
All 162 Cubs games in 2015 will be shown on TV in Chicago, Crane Kenney says.
Lining up the contracts of Cubs executives with new manager Joe Maddon would make good sense.
CBS Radio Chicago senior VP Rod Zimmerman called the Cubs “ocean-front property” in radio.
The deal calls for extensive marketing and promotional opportunities for both entities.
Cubs president of business operations was a guest on 670 The Score’s “Inside The Clubhouse” with Bruce Levine and Wayne Randazzo and announced that he has received a five-year contract extension through 2019.
The Cubs would be best served to buy out the contract with the rooftop owners.
The long-running dispute between the Cubs and rooftop club owners standing in the way of a $500 million plan to renovate Wrigley Field and develop the land around it will be resolved in the courts — not at the bargaining table.
No matter how you feel about the Cubs, Opening Day at Wrigley Field is special. Even though the Cubs lost to the Nationals, Thursday was no exception.
A new patio deck and overall look to the revamped right-field bleachers at Wrigley Field should be the most dramatic aesthetic change to the ballpark’s interior in years when it’s unveiled for the home opener April 5.
The Cubs are working on a contract extension for embattled President of Business Operations Crane Kenney, Tom Ricketts said Tuesday.
Thanks to a once-thought-impossible confluence of circumstances — Boston’s historic collapse, an opening at Clark and Addison, and one man’s desire to leave the nurturing nest of his home city and spread his wings — Theo Epstein is reportedly ready to be the Cubs’ top baseball executive for five years and many millions.
The reports of paranormal activity in the Cubs’ offices began last month. The sightings were frequent, and the stories shared similar, telltale characteristics.
Considering NU’s recent behavior under Phillips’ purple reign, his paintbrush is still threatening to make Chicago go blind.
It has to be over for the current regime. Not just double-checked, monitored and supervised, but over.
The news was stunning, if not surprising, this morning when I woke up, turned on the TV and learned from the crawl on the screen that Ron Santo had passed away at 70 after a lifetime of health issues.