The Cubs were unhappy the ring — which Leland’s said belonged to an unidentified scout — had been put up for sale.
According to a listing by Leland’s Auctions, a scout has put his World Series ring up for sale.
Less than a year since the Cubs won the 2016 World Series, one of those coveted official rings has hit the secondary market. Opening bid: $1,908.
“The city is prepared…. Remember, we started changing what we were doing after the Boston marathon [bombing] and we upped our game dramatically.”
“It was so special,” Cubs VP Julian Green told Sneed about Steve Bartman’s getting a Cubs World Series ring.
Rahm Emanuel upped the ante in his security battle with the Cubs, demanding that the team invest in security around Wrigley Field.
The letter from the city outlined six security measures and said they require the team’s prompt attention.
The cameras, attached to city light poles, will be tied to the city’s vast network of public and private cameras known as Operation Virtual Shield.
Richard Garrity, 42, of Wheaton suffered head injuries Tuesday and died the next day at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, authorities said.
MITCHELL: Ronnie “Woo Woo” Wickers said the team he’s loved for 70 years ejected him from Wrigley when his friend couldn’t call up their e-tickets.
In addition to taking a four-game losing streak into Tuesday, the Cubs are dealing with a strings-attached ring issue and Hall of Fame artifact flap.
The city spent $18.8 million-plus on overtime for public safety, traffic management and street cleanup during the Cubs’ march to a World Series title.
A simulated “active shooter” situation involving “simulated ammunition and flashbangs” will be held at Wrigley Field on Thursday.
The Cubs on Wednesday won the limited right to sell beer and wine on an open-air plaza next to Wrigley Field, but they aren’t happy with the rules.