Theo, Jason and Tom vowed to make destination visits with vengeance on making sure the Cubs win two of three or three of four in every road series all year long.
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 […]
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.
Among other frivolous purchases, Todd uses team corporate card to spend almost a million dollars on a private performance of Charlie Sheen’s Torpedo of Truth tour for all the Cubs players, $500,000 on a motivational speaker he found on the internet and $100,000 on a supply of bats that turned out to be corked.
After Tom Ricketts’ ill-conceived plan to fund the renovation of Wrigley Field failed to gain the support of Illinois legislators, the Cubs chairman decided to have his family dress up as Salvation Army bell-ringers and pocket the money given to them.
Just a day after Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts was featured on an episode of CBS's "Undercover Boss," White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf expressed an interest in getting on a reality show himself and is hoping to land a spot on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."