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  • Wrigley rooftops closer to resolving foreclosure suit

     Wrigley rooftops closer to resolving foreclosure suit
    A judge dismissed a federal lawsuit against three Wrigley rooftop businesses facing foreclosure, bringing another rooftop legal battle closer to a resolution. In November, Fifth Third Bank sued the rooftop operations at 3617, 3619 and 3637 N....
  • Wrigley fan hospitalized after being struck by bat

    Wrigley fan hospitalized after being struck by bat
    A fan was hospitalized Monday night after being struck by a bat that flew out of the hands of Chicago Cubs rookie Addison Russell in the seventh inning at Wrigley Field. The fan was sitting several rows behind the Cubs' on-deck circle as Russell swung...
  • Cubs gala hits home run for charity

    Cubs gala hits home run for charity
    There was a lot to celebrate at the Chicago Cubs Charities' 5th annual Bricks and Ivy Ball, held at Union Station on April 8 with 700 guests in attendance. The Cubs had their first win of the season and the event raised a whopping $1.35 million to support...
  • Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist

    Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist
    You could say that Gregory Daniels learned a thing or two during three decades of hawking beer in the bleachers of Wrigley Field. "I've grown up at Wrigley Field," said Daniels, who teaches full-day kindergarten at Oakton Elementary School. "That paid...
  • Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    The Tribune’s Mark Gonzales answers readers’ questions about the timing of Kris Bryant’s contract, the status of Rick Renteria and use of the video display board at Wrigley Field: What is the official time of Kris Bryant's signing...
  • Harry Caray back at Wrigley? A 'mulligan' for Carlos Rodon?

    Harry Caray back at Wrigley? A 'mulligan' for Carlos Rodon?
    The “ghost of Harry Caray” appeared during the 1998 wild-card tiebreaker game against the Giants at Wrigley Field when some fans walked up and down Waveland and Sheffield Avenues with a giant balloon of Caray’s face. Seventeen years...
  • Wrigley rooftop owners drop lawsuit against city

     Wrigley rooftop owners drop lawsuit against city
    A federal judge last week granted a request by owners of Wrigley rooftop businesses to withdraw their lawsuit against the city of Chicago and its Landmarks Commission, which sought to throw out the panel's decision allowing the Cubs to install its...
  • Last 2 rooftop plaintiffs pull suit over Wrigley revamp

    A federal judge has granted a request by owners of two Wrigley rooftop clubs to withdraw their lawsuit against the city of Chicago and its Landmarks Commission over the renovation of Wrigley Field. The Chicago Tribune reports (http://trib.in/1IDkcfQ )...
  • Kris Bryant debut an enjoyable day in the sun at Wrigley Field

    Kris Bryant debut an enjoyable day in the sun at Wrigley Field
    If the left field bleachers aren't finished for the May 11 target date, the Cubs have Kris Bryant to blame. When the phenom took his first batting practice session with the Cubs Friday morning at Wrigley Field, several workers stopped working to get a...
  • Fresh from the farm, Kris Bryant gets Chicago welcome

    Fresh from the farm, Kris Bryant gets Chicago welcome
    Kris Bryant finally made his long-awaited Cubs debut Friday at Wrigley Field. What was it like for him down on the farm, putting in the required time at Triple-A Iowa to net the Cubs an extra year of contract control? And what was the wait like for...
  • Jon Lester has a long way to go to get back to being himself

     Jon Lester has a long way to go to get back to being himself
    While the Cubs' $155 million pitcher was put under the microscope last week for failing to hold runners in his debut, the team president threw a ceremonial first pitch at the mascot and got off scot-free. "He was crowding the plate," Theo Epstein said...