Cubs manager Joe Maddon applauded his team's effort, saying, "I tell you what, I'm proud of these boys, they played hard and didn't let anything faze them. Even when we were heading home, there were three instances of balls just appearing out of nowhere, and these guys didn't even miss a beat. They hit them straight out of the park."
After Sunday night's restroom debacle at Wrigley we decided to dig up an old post that provided helpful tips to fans in need of a little relief. Enjoy!
"I have no idea who they got for him but as long as it's not Carlos Marmol, I'm happy," said Steven Carter, who drove from Schaumburg to show his support of the trade with a "Hell no! He won't blow (saves for us anymore)!"-sign.
Chicago police were taken by surprise on the night the seventh game of the 2013 Stanley Cup final was to be played when a crowd estimated at nearly 3,000 spilled out on to the streets of Wrigleyville.
"During my 10 years in office, I've never hesitated to make known my opinions on how the Cubs should be run, even if those opinions made no sense at all," said Tunney. "Today I'm finally calling on Tom Ricketts and his family to just hand over day-to-day control of the club to me so I can do with it whatever I please."