Banks will always be “Mr. Chicago,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel says.
The owners of two rooftop businesses overlooking Wrigley Field have filed a federal lawsuit against the Chicago Cubs and owner Tom Ricketts in an effort to block plans to erect outfield signs.
Lester’s expected to make a decision in the next week or so.
We’re excited about looking forward,” Cubs owner Tom Ricketts says. “We’re excited about having a great new manager.”
Maddon’s a really good manager, but big names haven’t panned out for the Cubs in years past.
A deal doesn’t appear imminent, but this would be considered progress.
Tom Ricketts expressed plenty of optimism in a message to season-ticket holders.
It was June 26, 2012, when the rebirth began at Wrigley Field.
Chicago’s focus on a market inefficiency may not be such a big advantage now.
“There are … a lot of options on the table,” Tom Ricketts says.
When will Cubs be able to spend big? Tom Ricketts is leaving that up to the front office.
The team hasn’t responded yet, so this may not mean much in the big picture.
The couch versus the stadium; that’s the challenge facing many sports teams when trying to get more fans in the seats.
Cubs owner Tom Ricketts is playing hardball with the rooftop owners.
Cubs owner Tom Ricketts has had it with the rooftop owners.
“They want to make improvements, and that’s understandable,” Joe Girardi says of the Cubs.
The Cubs would be best served to buy out the contract with the rooftop owners.
Let’s work harder to see what’s happening before letting convenient narratives run wild.
The frosty relationship will continue until Sammy Sosa tells the truth.
Cubs ownership is considering selling shares to investors to help finance the Wrigley renovation.