Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts announced Thursday the team will move forward with plans to renovate Wrigley Field, despite the possibility of lawsuits from the rooftop owners.
The Cubs endured a brutal April — on the field, off the field and at The Field Museum.
Bud Selig went on the offensive against the rooftop owners and his negative perception of the Chicago media, defending the Ricketts family in the never-ending drama at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs made their sales pitch inside the living room of a beautiful Beverly Hills home, trying to recruit the Japanese superstar who would have changed the entire vibe around this rebuildi
Selling minority ownership shares won’t be a quick way to infuse Theo Epstein’s baseball operations department with more capital and help the Cubs act like a big-market team again.