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  • Wrigley Field project looks good, but Cubs still need work

    Wrigley Field project looks good, but Cubs still need work
    Receiving the loudest applause during introductions Sunday night, Cubs manager Joe Maddon seemingly jogged out of the dugout and onto the gigantic left-field video board at revamped Wrigley Field. Even those who expected Maddon to cast a larger-than-...
  • Wrigley video board balances digital present, ballpark's past

     Wrigley video board balances digital present, ballpark's past
    Ever since the Cubs announced plans to erect a giant video board at the back of the left-field bleachers, baseball traditionalists fretted that this insertion of flashy technology would disrupt one of the most beloved places in Chicago and the nation...
  • Wrigley Field improvements don't look as good from the rooftops

    Wrigley Field improvements don't look as good from the rooftops
    Up on the roof, specifically the one at 1032 Waveland Avenue, there was a lot to behold. There was the lush green of the infield, the brown of the lightly moistened dirt, the sound of the organ. But toward the left and at the bottom of the sightline...
  • Emanuel, Garcia campaign throughout Chicago on Easter weekend

    Emanuel, Garcia campaign throughout Chicago on Easter weekend
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia marked a frenetic final weekend of campaigning by making their cases to voters everywhere from Sunday church services and Easter egg hunts to street demonstrations and Wrigley Field. With the...
  • Cubs will have to figure things out as they go — on and off the field

    Cubs will have to figure things out as they go — on and off the field
    The conundrum the Cubs face this year is trying to convince fans to be patient in one breath while pushing the idea of change in the next. The Wrigley Field renovations have fostered the notion that winning is right around the corner, though sometimes...
  • Sunday's recap: Cardinals 3, Cubs 0

    Sunday's recap: Cardinals 3, Cubs 0
    The summary After a stirring rendition of the national anthem by Wayne Messmer and a touching tribute to the late Ernie Banks on Wrigley Field's new video board, the Cubs quickly reverted to their struggling ways against the defending National League...
  • Cubs' Theo Epstein: Revenue needed 'for us to get where we want to go'

    Cubs' Theo Epstein: Revenue needed 'for us to get where we want to go'
    President Theo Epstein marveled at the new video board at Wrigley Field before speaking of the need for more upgrades and the importance of generating more revenue. "I don't think you can really play here for another 10 to 15 years without making...
  • Wrigley Field project no 'big deal' for players

    Wrigley Field project no 'big deal' for players
    MESA, Ariz. — With the renovation of Wrigley Field long underway, the large rats Ozzie Guillen made fun of no longer reside under the bleachers. But also missing is the batting cage under the right-field stands where Cubs batters and opponents...
  • Breaking down the Cubs for 2015

    Breaking down the Cubs for 2015
    Here's how the Cubs rate in five key areas on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest. Starting pitching The addition of Jon Lester gives the Cubs an established ace with postseason experience and an impressive resume that includes six 200-inning...
  • Cubs say Wrigley Field will be ready for Sunday's opener

    Cubs say Wrigley Field will be ready for Sunday's opener
    All systems are go for Sunday night’s opener at Wrigley Field, where the new jumbo-sized video board will debut along with manager Joe Maddon and ace Jon Lester. If the Cubs are as emotional in the opener as their team spokesman was Tuesday in...
  • Theo Epstein and Larry Lucchino try to stay out of each other's business

    Theo Epstein and Larry Lucchino try to stay out of each other's business
    FORT MYERS, Fla. — From the recruitment of Theo Epstein to signing Jon Lester to using the Fenway Park blueprint in their Wrigley Field renovation, there's no doubt Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts has a serious case of Boston envy. The next thing you...