They don’t call it “The Friendly Confines” for nothing.
The Cubs queried fans to see if any—like owner Tom Ricketts—met their spouses in the Wrigley Field bleachers.
Turns out, several did:
It worked for our owner. Has anyone else met their spouse in the bleachers? Share your story using #BudFridays. We’ll RT our favs.— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 18, 2015
@Cubs our first game date was on Opening Day in the Bleachers and puffy coats.. Started a tradition #BudFridays ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lOhPK6CsEN— cmt1978 (@cmt1978) September 18, 2015
@Cubs got engaged in the bleachers! We love being #bleacherbums see you guys tomorrow! #GoCubsGo pic.twitter.com/yzjHD67xgq— rolyat (@taybolen) September 18, 2015
Close - First date! RT @Cubs: It worked for our owner. Has anyone else met their spouse in the bleachers? Share ur story using #BudFridays.— Sarah Spain (@SarahSpain) September 18, 2015
As expected, some did not:
Does beer count as a spouse? Then yes #BudFridays https://t.co/rEDNSy5gI7— Greg (@RealistSpeaking) September 18, 2015
@Cubs I haven't yet, but im determined to keep trying. Where is my bleachers soulmate?— Corrine (@Corrinasaur) September 18, 2015
@Cubs she was sitting there so perfect,I walked over and asked if I could sit next to her She was perfect!She may have been the foul pole— Nesanel6152 (@nesanel6152) September 18, 2015
@Cubs met a girl in the bleachers in '96 dated for awhile until met the family they were all huge Cards fans never worked out after that— Sam I Am (@sambone76) September 18, 2015
My friend once got chlamydia from a girl in the bleachers if that counts. #BudFridays https://t.co/V1mZeikIc4— dennis (@gambinoFOREVER) September 18, 2015