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  • Re-done Wrigley Field a selling point for Cubs

    Re-done Wrigley Field a selling point for Cubs
    PHOENIX — Imagine the looks on the faces of executives and agents if the Cubs had new manager Joe Maddon pull up to the front of the swanky Arizona Biltmore in the RV he calls the "Cousin Eddie. Maddon could stroll into the lobby and plop down...
  • The cases for and against Maddon's Cubs World Series chances

    The cases for and against Maddon's Cubs World Series chances
    Joe Maddon might be “dripping in analytics,” but Chicago Cubs fans are drenched with anticipation for the upcoming season. The era of the lovable loser is waning, and the Cubs finally have found the right man to shepherd the flock to the...
  • Construction shifts historic Wrigley home

    Construction shifts historic Wrigley home
    The historic caretaker’s house at the northwest corner of Wrigley Field will be temporarily moved Friday morning by the 1060 Project team to allow construction crews to complete modifications inside Gate K. The move also will allow for...
  • Welcome to Chicago, Joe Maddon

    Welcome to Chicago, Joe Maddon
    The Chicago Cubs introduced Joe Maddon as their new manager today and I joined the oversized media contingent for the festivities. Due to renovations at Wrigley Field, the press conference took place across the street at the Cubby Bear. Maddon took full...
  • Joe Maddon's worry-free approach ideal fit for young Cubs

    Joe Maddon's worry-free approach ideal fit for young Cubs
    As baseball romantic Joe Maddon returned to the Rays dugout after changing pitchers during his first experience at historic Wrigley Field last August, he stared into the distance without realizing how close the Cubs really were on the horizon. Maddon...
  • Potential Cubs free-agent targets

    Potential Cubs free-agent targets
    LHP Jon Lester Lester would give the Cubs a marquee left-hander while taking pressure off Jake Arrieta. Lester has pitched 200 innings or more in six of his last seven seasons, has a 3.58 ERA in the American League and has a lifetime 2.57 postseason ERA...
  • The over-under on when Joe Maddon's honeymoon ends

    The over-under on when Joe Maddon's honeymoon ends
    Joe Maddon will be surrounded by a media gathering he likely hasn’t seen since he guided the Rays to the World Series in 2008. Difference is, when the new Cubs manager meets this throng at the Cubby Bear on Monday afternoon, it won’t be a...
  • Cubs games are home on WBBM

    I welcome the migration of the radio broadcasts of Chicago Cubs games to WBBM-AM 780 from WGN-AM 720. That probably puts this 92-year-old among a tiny minority of Cubs fans. From 1929 to 1940, I listened to Pat Flanagan broadcast home games from Wrigley...
  • Joe Maddon sets lofty goals as new Cubs manager

    Joe Maddon sets lofty goals as new Cubs manager
    The marquee at Wrigley Field read "Welcome Joe Maddon," and the Chicago Cubs gave their new manager a robust greeting before Monday's news conference. Maddon, 60, will receive a five-year contract worth at least $25 million, a source confirmed. Cubs...
  • Famed bleachers ripped out of Wrigley Field as rehab continues

    Famed bleachers ripped out of Wrigley Field as rehab continues
    Wrigley Field’s signature bleachers were torn down Thursday, but the demolition of those storied seats is merely part of the park’s four-year, $575 million “1060 Project” renovation mission. The demolition of the bleachers in...
  • Wrigley Field bleachers now blast from past

    Wrigley Field bleachers now blast from past
    We all have seen the White House, the Golden Gate bridge, the Las Vegas strip and other American landmarks destroyed in various sci-fi movies. And now we have a real-life version of a Wrigley Field Apocalypse, and it's very photogenic indeed. The idea...