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    StanTheMan
    Back after a decade or so

  • StanTheMan
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    I'd name it "Double Haley's Comet Field"

    as The Comet has passed the Earth twice since the Cubs last won the World Series.

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  • Old Sweater
    Rox 2007 NL Champs

  • Old Sweater
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    Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan View Post
    It is obvious that the guy needs a straight jacket.

    When someone is saying this, it is clear that he doesn't care about the sport or it's history.:grouchy

    I agree$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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  • rockin500
    Cubs Fan

  • rockin500
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    Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan View Post
    It is obvious that the guy needs a straight jacket.

    When someone is saying this, it is clear that he doesn't care about the sport or it's history.:grouchy
    and doesnt really understand business all that well. you would think a billionaire would. but apparently not. is the money made in the sale going to offset the negative publicity that would come from it?

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  • Yankeebiscuitfan
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    It is obvious that the guy needs a straight jacket.

    When someone is saying this, it is clear that he doesn't care about the sport or it's history.:grouchy

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  • Gary Dunaier
    Thumbs Down Guy/Moderator

  • Gary Dunaier
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    How about...

    ...get ready for it...

    SECOND CITI FIELD!!!!!



    Well, Chicago is the "second city..."

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  • OleMissCub
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  • OleMissCub
    started a topic Wrigley Field might be renamed...

    Wrigley Field might be renamed...



    http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=3266721

    The chief executive officer of the Tribune Company said Wednesday he won't hesitate to sell the naming rights to Wrigley Field -- even if baseball purists don't like the idea.

    During an interview on CNBC, Sam Zell said despite Wrigley Field being known worldwide, he didn't get a discount because he wasn't going to use the naming rights that the field represents.

    Zell said he plans to sell the Cubs and Wrigley separately and in his own time frame. He also disclosed that Major League Baseball has approved "four or six" potential ownership groups and that any one of them would be fine.
    *PUKE*

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