Sammy Sosa’s early departure in 2004 finale and link to PEDs has contributed to a frosty relationship.
As part of the 100th birthday celebration for Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs commissioned a massive cake in the form of the historic ballpark.
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Bundled up in Wrigley Field’s upper deck on a cold April day, a nine-year-old girl jumped from her seat and yelled to her father.
Leading 5-2 with newly anointed closer Pedro Strop on the hill, things where looking good for starter Jeff Samardzija. Leaving with the lead, the 29-year-old pitcher watched the bullpen give up 5 runs in the ninth in a 7-5 loss.
Arizona scored five times in the ninth to steal the victory.
Commissioner Bud Selig said he’s “disappointed” the Cubs have been prevented from moving forward.
Gale Sayers had a historic six-touchdown day on Dec. 12, 1965.
This cake’s going to need to be shared among many, many Cubs fans.
A veteran of 3,000-plus games, this writer is thankful for the never-ending memories of Wrigley Field.
Celebrating 100 years of losing just feels weird.
Fergie’s final masterpiece and a wild brawl will never fade from the memory.
The 100-year celebration of Wrigley won’t include Sosa, Zambrano, Maddux or Sandberg.
On Opening Day this year, to celebrate his 100th birthday, Louis Reinhart and his family traveled 145 miles from Metamora to Wrigley Field to present the game ball, but they arrived too late due to unforeseen traffic.
It’s the first night game of the season for the Cubs and this year that means a new free place to park for fans, something that can be good, and bad news for the neighborhood.
The man’s fit of rage didn’t get him too far, Cook County prosecutors said. Nicholas A. Spadaro allegedly fell face first onto a sidewalk after the incident.
By Chris Emma- CHICAGO (CBS) — On a brisk April morning in Wrigleyville, the same warm sentiments returned to Ryne Sandberg. Memories were renewed as the Phillies’ team bus approached Wrigley Field, driving through the […]
It’s a big day for the Chicago Cubs, and as long as the rain holds off this afternoon, the weather won’t wash away fans’ excitement for the team’s home opener, and the start of a yearlong commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field.
The family would not give up any of its 95 percent control of the team, a spokesman said.
A customer alert that was posted Thursday afternoon on the CTA website said Red Line trains would bypass Addison northbound between 10:50 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. Friday, despite the 1:20 p.m. Opening Day start.