- Geek & Sci-Fi
The historic Wrigley Field is undergoing some changes and they involve demolition and possibly a Billy Goat.
It's raining, it's pouring and the Cubs ground crew is snoring.
Thomas Ian Nicholas returned to Wrigley Field this weekend to throw out the first pitch for the last place Chicago Cubs.
Cake Boss and the Chicago Cubs made a Wrigley Field birthday cake that also kinda celebrates 100 years of the Cubs losing.
For as much as I’ve written and joked about celebrity baseball fans in the past, there’s just no denying that what the Chicago Cubs lack in World Series trophies, they more than make up for with awesome famous people repping the C.
In new TV shows that didn’t necessarily look great but I still wanted to watch and eventually forgot news, NBC’s new apocalyptic drama Revolution debuted to pretty solid ratings on Monday night.
Before we start, I need several minutes to figure out what it says on her shirt.
Tom Willis, who was born with no arms, uses his feet to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Wrigley Field.
Grant Brisbee over at Baseball Nation shared Bill Murray's speech from his induction into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame, and I want to share it here for two reasons: 1.
Boy oh boy, it sure is getting hot outside now that summer is here.
When Tom Ricketts and his family purchased the Chicago Cubs, they knew that the franchise hadn’t won a World Series in 12,462 years.
As it turns out, Wrigley Field isn't much of a football facility.
Shane Victorino was doused with a fan's beer last night as the Phillies were taking care of the Cubs last night.
In a bizarre story that's not getting much run, THE STATE OF ILLINOIS [Guest Editor's Note: what the fuck.