The Cubs received approval from the landmarks commission to go forth on the Wrigley renovations.
It’s not desired, but the Cubs are having conversations about moving the team, sources say.
The Cubs didn’t need to publicly defend their mascot.
My personal take is that the Wrigley experience is already going to be changing more than enough with the inclusion of a giant Jumbotron in left field. Do the Cubs really need to change it in every way?
The city’s Landmarks Commission has approved an agreement that could pave the way for advertisements to be placed along Wrigley Field’s famed scoreboard and outfield walls.
Public opinion matters to the Cubs in their efforts to modernize their property and stabilize their presence in Tom Ricketts’ beloved Wrigleyville.
Tom Ricketts met his wife in the Wrigley Field bleachers, or so goes the legend that was spun as he and his siblings purchased the Cubs in 2009.