The Cubs announced today that Cardinals manager Tony La Russa will sing the Seventh Inning Stretch at May 11's Cubs-Cards game at Wrigley unless The Heckler sells out its group outing for that night. Fans can sign up for the ultra-discounted Old Style pre-party and 200-level game ticket at http://hecklercubs.eventbrite.com/.
Next month The Heckler will be hosting huge group outings at Wrigley for Cubs-Cards on Wednesday, May 11. Now is your chance to get on board at the discounted price of just $45. Just click this link to make your purchase.
FINALLY! Spring is here. It's gorgeous out and there is still time to join The Heckler at Wednesday night's Cubs-Cards game and Old Style pre-party at The Stretch. With prices starting at just $39 you'll get a ticket in section 233 (not bad!) and a free pre-game buffet and $2 Old Styles from 5 to 7. But you have to hurry! Only a limited number of spots remain.
Nearly a half-century later, the Cubs have undone the most lopsided trade in franchise history by signing 71-year-old Lou Brock, who is still faster than any current Cub, to be the team’s designated base stealer.
Cardinals infielder Ryan Theriot will be wearing a bullseye on his chest to aid fans and opponents looking to hurl any variety of objects at him in his first game at Wrigley since this off-season when the former Cub said he was now finally on the "right side" of the Cubs-Cards rivalry.
The big rumor floating around the Chicago sports world is that the Cubs will try to land prized free agent first baseman Albert Pujols during the offseason. A picture of Jim Hendry and Pujols hugging before a recent game has only fueled the speculation.
Marty Brennaman has been making other bold statements on behalf of the general public, saying such things as “People hate corn. Corn is the most hated vegetable,” and “Jim and Pam, Ross and Rachel, people have rooted against couples like this for ages.”