One major highlight of Wednesday's 100th anniversary celebration of the opening of Wrigley Field was dampened after a massive tax bill was issued on the 400-pound birthday cake replicating the historic ballpark.
White Sox announce first ever ‘Cell-Ebration’ tonight to ring in 23 years and 5 days at U.S. Cellular Field
Not to be outdone by the 100 year Wrigley Field anniversary party today, the White Sox have announced their first ever “Cell-Ebration,” a huge bash celebrating U.S. Cellular Field’s 23 years and 5 days birthday tonight.
All around the city of Chicago the police and fire department have been called twice more than usual today for inexplicable accidents. Pedestrians have been running into walls, drivers have missed their turns and run into each other, and numerous people have gotten caught halfway through the door on the "L."
Quenneville: "I can't joke around with them at all. They take everything so seriously. They're such team players that they're just going with the flow, no matter what line I put them on."
"Both the Cubs and Reds are 3-6, but thanks to 'Chi' being alphabetically superior to 'Cin,' the Cubs actually look like they're in fourth place all alone," said Benson. "And frankly, I'll take it!"
After the White Sox started the year with four wins in their first nine games, fans throughout the city have deluded themselves about why the CTA repaired the southbound Red Line train before the 2014 season.
"This will finally determine if the Blackhawks have an answer for LeBron James," said ESPN NBA analyst Stephen A Smith. Smith was in full support of the idea, after last year when he claimed that the Heat were more impressive than the Blackhawks.
Originally published in 2007, The Cubs Fan's Guide To Happiness is back with an updated edition for 2014. The book reveals what makes Cubs fans tick and what keeps them happy. It explains why it’s not over until you’re mathematically eliminated, why winning really isn’t everything, and why it’s perfectly acceptable to blame all your troubles on a scapegoat, which may or may not be an actual goat.
Many baseball experts believe that the Cubs are entering a grey area between rebuilding and actually competing. But, just a few days into the 2014 season, the players on the roster are still expressing confusion as to whether they should be tanking.