Everyone is posting these thank you videos on Facebook. We just happened to get a hold of Jay Cutler's.
Following multiple crushing losses, head coach Marc Trestman has emphatically cited the Bears great practices as his primary excuse during post-game press conferences.
The Cubs made national headlines Friday by announcing the hiring of Joe Maddon, whose Tampa Bay Rays won 77 games in 2014, three more than the lowly North Siders.
A well-rested Tom Ricketts returned from a week in the Caribbean this morning shocked to find his stadium’s famed bleachers had been torn down. “That wasn’t part of the plan at all,” said Ricketts. “I like to take some time at the end of the season to totally unplug but it looks like I chose […]
“As soon as we heard Madden was available, we grabbed him up,” beamed Cubs President Theo Epstein. “We were shocked to hear that he opted out of his contract with Ace Hardware, but I’m proud of how this baseball organization pulled together and executed so quickly to get him.”
"Our goal first and foremost is that World Series championship. I have to say though it's pretty cool to bring the fans [Bruce] Springsteen, Pearl Jam and Billy Joel. The added revenue from these outdoor concerts would really boost the Cubs bottom line. Maybe having Taylor Swift play here a few weekends would help us afford Max Scherzer. Fans wouldn't be complaining then."
The renovations of Wrigley Field hit another snag early Friday morning with Todd "Bubba" Ricketts was found passed out on a pile of construction rubble at the job site. Work is expected to resume Friday afternoon when construction workers expect Ricketts will be sober enough to muster the strength required to leave on his own power.
"We're talking about a team that's lost more than 90 games a season for the last five years. Does anyone really want to watch these guys play baseball?" said rooftop owners' spokesperson Michael Fielder. "Everyone just comes here for the party, not the baseball, so that's what we'll give them."
"If we're being completely honest, I've been looking for a convenient excuse to get back out there on the field and show these kids what a real quarterback looks like."