April 18, 1988 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Jim Frey, Chicago Cubs general manager, rejecting tradition as an argument against installing lights at Wrigley Field: "If we went by tradition, we'd still be playing without gloves."
August 27, 1984 | Henry Hecht
To the owners who want to avoid refunding money to the networks by installing temporary lights in Wrigley Field if the Cubs win the National League East:
July 25, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The infields at Anaheim Stadium and Wrigley Field are oddly similar: The grass is nearly as high as an elephant's knee and the dirt in front of the plate is almost mushy. The thick growth slows down grounders, and...
July 07, 1980 | E. M. Swift
April 25, 1977 | Rick Telander
runs, not hitting them, is Rich Buhrke's specialty. So far he has nabbed 83
outside Wrigley Field