The catch is, they must build a home run sign with a rotating dolphin display.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks will consider several changes Thursday that the Chicago Cubs made to their Wrigley Field renovation plan in exchange for possible federal tax credit worth up to $75 million.
The deal with the National Park Service would alter the dimensions and placement of video boards and other signs in order to not encroach on the historic manual center-field scoreboard and the ballpark’s ...
Actually, the “old coot” is 65-year old Mike Pullin, a retired professional bowler. In any event, he’s no Bartman.
The aged dude is apparently as quick with his mind as he is with his glove.
Immediately following the snag, he grabbed a ball resting on his seat and tossed it back into play.
The broadcast team was even fooled by the subtle trick: ”He throws the ball back into play, but the Brewers will take that home run…”
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