Philip Aldrich

Matt Gregory, Kyle Townsend, Blake Ferrell, Patrick Fisher, and Philip Aldrich stand with a picture of their goat "Wrigley" at Wrigley Field, after walking from Arizona. The goat wasn't allowed on the field with them when Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts presented them with a check for $1,764 -- $1 for every mile they walked. (Credit: CBS)

Cubs Fans Finish Trek To Wrigley, But Goat Couldn’t Join Them On Field

Five Cubs fans who walked from Arizona to Chicago in an effort to break the notorious “Curse of the Billy Goat” and raise money for cancer research completed their trip to Wrigley Field on Tuesday, though they couldn’t bring their pet goat on the field with them.

CBS 2–05/29/2012

Chicago Cubs fans Matt Gregory, Kyle Townsend, Blake Ferrell, Patrick Fisher and Philip Aldrich, and their goat "Wrigley" have been walking from Mesa, Arizona, to Wrigley Field to raise money for cancer research, and hopefully break the Cubs' famed "Billy Goat Curse." (Credit: CBS)

Cubs Fans Walk From Arizona To Wrigley, Hoping To ‘Crack The Curse’

A group of Cubs fans trying to break the famed “Billy Goat Curse” set out from Arizona in February, on a mission to walk to Wrigley Field, and “Crack the Curse.”

CBS Chicago–05/28/2012