Ernie Banks Signed New Will Days After Dementia Finding, Wife ClaimsThe caretaker of Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks took him to sign a will days after an evaluation found he exhibited signs of “moderate to severe” dementia, his estranged wife alleges in court filings.
Cubs, White Sox To Honor Ernie Banks, Minnie Minoso With Throwback UniformsThe teams will honor the late legends this Sunday and on Aug. 14.
Levine: Kris Bryant Keeps Ernie Banks In Mind On His Big DaySomewhere above, Banks is smiling today, writes Bruce Levine.
Baffoe: Bleachers, Kris Bryant Talk Deviate From Important Cubs ExcitementCome Sunday, we can turn out attention to what we cherish: meaningful baseball.
Cubs Expect Talented Team, Tribute To Banks Will Overshadow Ongoing Construction At WrigleyThe Cubs are hoping a stable of hot prospects and a tribute to Hall of Famer Ernie Banks on Opening Night will help fans forget and forgive the big mess at Wrigley Field.
Ernie Banks’ Will Confirmed By JudgeA Cook County judge on Tuesday confirmed the will signed by Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks three months before his death leaving everything to his caregiver, Regina Rice.
Cubs To Pay Tribute To Ernie Banks On Opening NightThey won't play two, but the Cubs will pay tribute to the late Hall of Famer Ernie Banks on Opening Night, covering the entire bleacher section with photos of "Mr. Cub."
Annual Toast To Harry Caray Bittersweet With Passing Of 'Mr. Cub' And Minnie MinosoGlasses were raised in memories of these baseball greats.
Funeral Home Wants $35,000 It Spent On Ernie Banks' FuneralThe claim by Donnellan Family Funeral Services was filed Wednesday. It comes amid a legal challenge by Banks' widow, Elizabeth Banks, of a will Banks signed in October -- without her knowledge, she contends -- that leaves all his assets to longtime caregiver Regina Rice and nothing to her or Banks' children.
Baffoe: Minnie Minoso’s Exclusion Another Sorry Mark On The Hall Of FameAdd up his entire baseball career, and Minoso is a Hall of Famer, writes Tim Baffoe.
Ernie Banks' Caretaker Claims He Had Only $16,000 When He DiedA probate judge requested details about Ernie Banks' assets after an attorney for his former caregiver said the Hall of Famer had just $16,000 in assets when he died last month. Judge James G. Riley on Tuesday gave caretaker Regina Rice 30 days to provide that information.
Cubs To Honor Ernie Banks With No. 14 Patch On JerseysThe Cubs are paying tribute in other ways as well.