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Topic - Wrigley Field
Here is one guy's attempt at coming up with something for every team, as in the spirit of the holiday, we should all be thankful.
First-time manager Rick Renteria's challenge goes beyond merely trying to bring a winning team to Wrigley Field.
After two consecutive decades of losing, the Pirates (90-67) clinched at least a National League wild card Monday night when they beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1 and the Washington Nationals lost to St. Louis 4-3.
The Yankees kept pace in the AL wild-card race in grand fashion and Kansas City walked off with a win that knocked Texas from the top spot. Rain helped Cleveland advance in the standings, while Cincinnati and Tampa Bay needed extras for crucial wins. A quick look at baseball's playoff picture:
Never before had the Los Angeles Dodgers seen a game like this at Dodger Stadium.
Chicago police say two men who allegedly broke into Wrigley Field to try to take ivy are facing misdemeanor charges.
Ryne Sandberg grinned the whole time. On a hot, sweaty day, the Hall of Famer looked nice and cool.
Since Opening Day, the moves the Nationals have made — largely due to poor performance — have slowly acknowledged their errors in expectations.
The Chicago Cubs have recalled right-hander Jake Arrieta from Triple-A Iowa before Friday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Chicago's City Council gave final approval Wednesday to a $500 million renovation of historic Wrigley Field that includes its first massive Jumbotron, improved facilities for the players in the bowels of the 99-year-old ballpark and a hotel across the street.
The Chicago Cubs, who have clung to the past the way ivy clings to Wrigley Field's outfield walls, won final approval Wednesday for a $500 million renovation project at the 99-year-old ballpark _ including a massive Jumbotron like the ones towering over every other major league stadium.
Chicago's City Council was set Wednesday to give a final vote on a $500 million renovation of historic Wrigley Field that includes its first massive Jumbotron, improved facilities for the players in the bowels of the 99-year-old ballpark and a hotel across the street.
A key Chicago City Council committee has endorsed the $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field, clearing a path for final City Council approval.
A proposed $500 million renovation of historic Wrigley Field received crucial backing Tuesday from the local alderman and a Chicago City Council committee, clearing a path for final approval.
The Chicago Cubs' planned $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field has won the approval of another city commission and the support of the local alderman _ all but assuring the project will go forward.