A 46-year-old owner of one of the rooftop clubs locked in dispute with the Chicago Cubs over Wrigley Field views is accused of defrauding the baseball team and tax authorities out of $600,000.
Opening Night’s an even bigger show now.
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts was mum on the rooftop owners’ efforts to stop a 2,200-square-foot video board in right field.
No matter which Chicago baseball team you root for, check out these bars on opening day.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot pays a visit to the home of the Chicago Cubs, which is undergoing a major renovation.
It was sold for a reported $3.8 million.
With the long term in view, there’s no sensible argument for Bryant making the Cubs roster out of spring training.
“The entire organization believes this is a time for us to win our division,” Ricketts says.
The delayed bleacher rebuild could be a breeze compared to the construction of an underground clubhouse.
“We just thought it was too much displacement to move our fans,” Kenney says.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel threw cold water on the Chicago Cubs’ request to begin working on Wrigley Field renovations around the clock, after cold winter weather significantly delayed construction of new bleachers.
The team wants to speed up Wrigley Field renovations.
The old Cubs have nothing to do with these new Cubs.
In a win for the Cubs, a federal court judge on Thursday refused to grant a request by the owners of a pair of Wrigley Field rooftops to stop the team’s installation of outfield signs that would block their valuable view.
The feud has to end someday, you’d think.
The owners of two rooftop bars with views into Wrigley Field are asking a judge to temporarily block the Chicago Cubs from putting up a video scoreboard and advertising signs that they say would block their view.
It was in 1938 when Jacob Glick, an immigrant from Ukraine who owned a chain of cigar shops, shot footage during what might have been the Cubs’ home opener against the St. Louis Cardinals.
He was a metronome of glass half full attitude that kept multiple generations of Cubs fans from completely losing it.
Chicago Cubs fans and baseball fans all over are saddened by the death of Ernie Banks who died Friday night in Chicago at the age of 83.
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.