Tag Archives: Wrigley Field

Chicago Cubs fans – Let’s stay in this magnificent moment as long as we can
November 3, 2016

What do we do now? If the smiles ever fade, Cubs fans are going to have to figure out how to behave without endless references to 1908 and 1945 ringing in our heads. “Wait ’til next year” is gone – replaced by “This year was was everything I dreamed!” When Kris Bryant made the throw to […]

Chicago Cubs – Wrigley Field Rooftop Owners Need to Tone It Down
May 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” appears to be a phrase near and dear to the hearts of the Wrigley Field Rooftop Association.  They email their literature to me on a regular basis, and appear to have misjudged my feelings toward them. The Cubs business office is run by an […]

Chicago Cubs Owner Tom Ricketts – Slow-playing Genius or in Over His-Head Stooge?
June 2, 2011

by Kent Sterling Rick Morrissey of the Chicago Sun-Times asked Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts what’s wrong with his team.  The answer that came back as he reportedly sprinted away was, “Nothing, just a lot of injuries. We’ll be fine.” Cubs fans are all hoping that Ricketts was avoiding the rather obvious truth that regardless of […]

Chicago Cubs Four Greatest Moments
January 20, 2011

by Kent Sterling Constantly charting the plight of Cubs fans by listing the disappointing moments gets a little monotonous, so how about some positive memories. Some of these are a little obscure because they are my favorite memories, and they deal more in moments than overall success because, well, overall success predates the President William […]