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Wrigley Field

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  • Rooftops: Groups would cancel if Wrigley video board goes up

    Rooftop clubs that offer views into Wrigley Field say they would lose more than $400,000 in group ticket sales if the Chicago Cubs put up a right-field video board. Renovations under way at Wrigley would add two video boards and four advertising signs....
  • Wrigley rooftops to court: Video board would kill $400,000 in ticket sales

    Wrigley rooftops to court: Video board would kill $400,000 in ticket sales
    Records filed on behalf of two Wrigley rooftop businesses in their legal fight with the Chicago Cubs allege the team's 2,250-square-foot right field video board would wipe out most of the rooftops' group sales for the upcoming season. Marc Anguiano, a...
  • Cubs University open for business

    Cubs University open for business
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Wrigley Field often has been compared to one big frat party, but new manager Joe Maddon has taken that one step further. Maddon on Saturday introduced the concept of “Cubs University,” a place where players can...
  • Willis Tower, Sears Tower and the name game over time and titles

    Willis Tower, Sears Tower and the name game over time and titles
    My grade school-age son calls it Willis Tower, and gives me a hard time when I trip over the name. Chicago's tallest building is now on the block. The sale is likely to bring a new name, on the assumption that it is a 21st century asset for both...
  • Cubs seem to be moving forward on the field at a quicker pace now

    Cubs seem to be moving forward on the field at a quicker pace now
    MESA, Ariz. — As Cubs' pitchers and catchers reported to their spring training facility Thursday, Cubs' attorneys and paralegals reported to a U.S. District courtroom back home in Chicago. The players may have little in common with the legal...
  • Anthony Rizzo relishes greater expectations with Cubs

    Anthony Rizzo relishes greater expectations with Cubs
    MESA, Ariz. -- Slugger Anthony Rizzo noticed a change in the mood of the Chicago Cubs’ organization well before the hiring of manager Joe Maddon and before Rizzo predicted the Cubs would win the National League Central. “I think when we made...
  • Cubs oppose rooftop businesses' effort to halt Wrigley construction

    Cubs oppose rooftop businesses' effort to halt Wrigley construction
    The Chicago Cubs asked a judge Tuesday to deny an emergency request from two rooftop businesses to temporarily stop construction at Wrigley Field. The team said in┬ácourt papers that the rooftop businesses — Lakeview Baseball Club and Skybox on...
  • Rooftop clubs ask judge to stop new Wrigley signs from being installed

    Rooftop clubs ask judge to stop new Wrigley signs from being installed
    A judge may finally have the chance to weigh in on a contract between the Chicago Cubs and rooftop owners that could determine the future of historic Wrigley Field. The 2004 contract is at the heart of a lawsuit two rooftop businesses filed against...
  • Dispute deepens over Ernie Banks' posthumous wishes

    Dispute deepens over Ernie Banks' posthumous wishes
    Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks told a Tribune reporter on the eve of his 65th birthday that when he died he wanted his body cremated and his ashes scattered over Wrigley Field “with the wind blowing out.” Now, three weeks after Banks...
  • Miller Park may tempt Cubs fans

    Columnist David Haugh gave several reasons for the Cubs not to move home games to Milwaukee's Miller Park ("Wait till the middle of this year," Sports, March 5), but he left out the most important reason: The Cubs don't want to expose their fans to Miller...
  • Cubs looked into playing 2015 home games at Miller Park

    PHOENIX The Chicago Cubs playing home games at Miller Park? Don't laugh. As far back as two years ago, the team had discussed with Brewers officials the possibility of playing their home games in Milwaukee in anticipation of massive renovations at...