Mike Haley was part of a rowdy crew of Cub fans who carried on the time-honored baseball tradition of heaping verbal abuse on rivals.
Albert J. Nader, founder of the Questar video house in Chicago, who grew up near Wrigley Field and lived on Lake Shore Drive, has died. He was 84.
“Our goal is to use [Wrigley] as often as we can in productive ways,” said Crane Kenney, president of business operations for the Cubs.
There also was plenty of unrest around the world. But not everything can make a Top 10 list, of course, and ours has a local focus.
Dennis Schulze had an idea after the Cubs won the World Series: he would use his wheelchair to go from Beloit, Wis. to Wrigley Field.
Tommy Poreda, who lost his wedding ring Oct. 29 during Game 4 of the World Series, learned last week his ring had been found.