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  • 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...
  • Cubs would be perfect landing spot for Maddon

    Cubs would be perfect landing spot for Maddon
    SAN FRANCISCO — That absence of noise Friday at Wrigley Field didn’t mean the demolition of the bleachers had ceased. It was the Cubs front office going under the Cone of Silence as speculation swirled they may be interested in hiring former...
  • Giants never seem to lose their cool

    SAN FRANCISCO — Boston bills Fenway Park as the "most beloved ballpark in baseball" while the Cubs marketed Wrigley Field this year as the "party of the century." But if you're looking for a ballpark that actually helps its team win championships,...
  • Foo Fighters announce Wrigley Field show

    Foo Fighters announce Wrigley Field show
    At the Foo Fighters show at Cubby Bear last week, Dave Grohl teased the crowd about a possible show across the street at Wrigley Field some day -- following the leads of friends Paul McCartney and Pearl Jam. "Maybe we'll even play Wrigley Field one day,"...
  • Cubs preach patience with Wrigley renovations

    Cubs preach patience with Wrigley renovations
    The biggest eyesores at Wrigley Field the past few years have been the play on the field and the nets protecting fans from any threat of falling concrete in the main seating bowl. At least one of those is expected to be corrected next year. As for the...
  • Royals built wisely through the draft and solid pitching acquisitions

    Royals built wisely through the draft and solid pitching acquisitions
    It has been a long, strange trip for Dale Sveum, from taking the blame for the Chicago Cubs' woes to watching a young Kansas City Royals lineup grow up overnight into the surprising team that leads the Baltimore Orioles, 2-0, in the American League...
  • If the Wrigley Field Bleachers could talk...

    I have only one objection to Cory Franklin’s wonderful piece on Oct. 17 about the Wrigley Field bleachers. It was not some fan who lost the sixth game of the 2003 playoffs for the Cubs. It was a shortstop who couldn’t field a double-play ball,...
  • How the Cubs can rebuild their roster

    As anyone who has been to Wrigley Field in the past five years can attest, the ballpark isn't the only thing the Cubs own that needs a radical makeover. The club has constructed a plan to improve the stadium. But Wrigley is a live entertainment venue...
  • Bears stars no match for Miami no-names

    Bears stars no match for Miami no-names
    You know all those photos circulating the Internet of rubble that used to be the Wrigley Field bleachers? Bears fans look at that wreckage and probably see their football team. It’s hard not to after Sunday’s 27-14 loss to Miami at Soldier...
  • Saying goodbye to the Wrigley Field Bleachers

    Saying goodbye to the Wrigley Field Bleachers
    In a quiet announcement from Wrigleyville, it was reported the Wrigley Field Bleachers have died at the age of 77. No cause of death was given, but it is believed The Bleachers died from complications of chronically poor Cubs performance. Though they...
  • Royals GM Dayton Moore proves his critics wrong

    Royals GM Dayton Moore proves his critics wrong
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When the Royals won their only World Series championship in 1985, 19-year-old fan Dayton Moore watched Game 7 from a grassy knoll between the left field stands of Royals Stadium and Interstate-70. It was the equivalent of...