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  • Blackhawks' run has exceeded even John McDonough's lofty expectations

     Blackhawks' run has exceeded even John McDonough's lofty expectations
    In the aftermath of the Blackhawks' third Stanley Cup in six seasons, team President John McDonough discusses the organization's remarkable success in the eight years since he was hired by Chairman Rocky Wirtz.
  • Is center-field scoreboard still relevant in Wrigley Field's video era?

    Is center-field scoreboard still relevant in Wrigley Field's video era?
    When the center-field scoreboard at Wrigley Field was modernized during a bleacher renovation project in 1937, one of the first things the Cubs did was remove the Doublemint Twins from its crest. Owner P.K. Wrigley decided there would be no...

    Center-field scoreboard operator enjoys job from best seat in the house

    Center-field scoreboard operator enjoys job from best seat in the house
    In the early stages of Wrigley Field's extensive renovation, questions swirled about what would happen to the old center-field scoreboard as two new video boards were being placed on both sides of it. Fred Washington, a member of the grounds crew for...

    In Wrigley Field's baseball paradise, something is amiss

    In Wrigley Field's baseball paradise, something is amiss
    In most baseball stadiums, the scoreboard is simply what its name implies — a medium that delivers the message of the score, not to mention whatever ads are plastered on it. But at Wrigley Field, the center-field scoreboard rises beyond the merely...

    Wrigley Field video boards: Is the programming any good?

     Wrigley Field video boards: Is the programming any good?
    Cubs fans have had about three months to recover from the initial thrill — or the mega-pixelated shock — of an eye-pulling, 3,990-square-foot video board located where wind once blew, and home runs flew, behind the left-field bleachers of...