I remember being five years old and sitting in the left-field bleachers of Wrigley Field with my father and his friend, sipping on a pop. With my mitt on my left hand, my Cubs hat on my head, and my Mark Grace t-shirt jersey on, I was ready for any possible ball that would come my way.
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Richard Rothschild says that its time to replace Wrigley Field. He backs up his blasphemy by explaining that the mystique of Wrigley didn’t even exist until the 1980s. (Somehow he fails to mention Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.)
I don’t often praise people sitting in the Wrigley Field bleachers, and with good reason, but recently one man pulled of a badass feat so astonishing that I simply had to recognize him here.
A kind MSF reader, Susan York, passed along a tip to her blog where she posted pictures from her visit to Wrigley Field on the Cubs’ home Opening Day yesterday. Enjoy.
In an interview with Bob Costas, President Barack Obama slipped up and referred to Comiskey Park as Cominskey Field. While this was disappointing, at least his first instinct wasn’t to say U.S. Cellular.