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Boon, Bust, and Baseball: Changes in Wrigleyville

By Sergio Garcia and Cathryn Mathers

The Cubs’ rebuilding process reached fruition when the team won the 2016 World Series, but the physical rebuild of the team’s ballpark, the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field, soldiers on as part of a multi-year redevelopment. 1,511 more words

Boon, Bust, and Baseball: Changes in Wrigleyville

By Sergio Garcia and Cathryn Mathers

The Cubs’ rebuilding process reached fruition when the team won the 2016 World Series, but the physical rebuild of the team’s ballpark, the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field, soldiers on as part of a multi-year redevelopment. 1,496 more words

A Day in Wrigleyville Part 2

After Stef and I explored Wrigleyville for the better part of the day (Part 1) we stumbled across the Catcade, a cat café with arcade games and movies! 416 more words

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A Day in Wrigleyville Part 1

*I’ve been MIA for the past week and a half because my laptop gave up on me, but thankfully that’s all fixed and we can catch up!* 398 more words

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Man Charged With Impersonating An Officer After Attempting To Rob, Sexually Assault Man In Wrigleyville

CHICAGO (CBS) — A 34-year-old man is charged with a felony – accused of impersonating a Chicago Police officer and attempting to rob and sexually assault a man in Wrigleyville on Sunday morning. 84 more words

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Wrigley Field Game 4 podcast

The Chicago connections team covered the National League Championship Series  game 4 between the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers. Chicago connections went out  to the streets of… 37 more words

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When it was announced the Cubs had signed Jon Jay to a one-year contract, I assumed that Theo Epstein was still on his post-championship bender. Jay hadn’t really been good or healthy the past two years, and he hadn’t put together an above average season since 2012.

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