The right field bleachers are finally opening.
Pittsburgh Press, June 4, 1915:
The Chicago National League club may may have new stands next year. The present structures are regular eyesores. They have been patched and repatched and their plans altered so many times that the Cubs’ park is the worst-looking architecturally of any in the major leagues.
The Cubs did have new stands in 1916, but it didn’t happen the way the writer expected.
Exactly how many of these businesses are there?
There are more than a dozen rooftop businesses along Waveland and Sheffield avenues, and the Ricketts family now owns six of those buildings after one of their entities purchased three buildings on Sheffield Avenue from Sheffield Finance, the Tribune reported
STOP THE PRESSES!!! CUBS DID NOT THROW OUT YOUR GRANDMA’S BRICK!!
(Well, actually they did. But they say they are replacing it with a newer brick. No info, however, if they would be willing to replace your grandmother with a better one if you decide to throw the old one out.)
Is it too late for a refund?
Nice fan writeup and 74 photos from the new bleacher setup.
The Chicago Cubs of Milwaukee?
Crane Kenney’s statement indicates that they had considered playing an entire season—perhaps 2015?—at Miller Park, which would have given them from September 2014 to April 2016 to do significant work at Wrigley Field.
Logistically, this would have created significant issues for Cubs season-ticket holders who live, say, anywhere south of the Lake/Cook county line in Illinois. Even that line is about 70 miles from Miller Park; those season-ticket holders who ...
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