Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field Start Their Collapse Early

Here is a picture of the damages to Wrigley, can't really see it too well but use your imagination.

Wrigley Field, home to the “Lovable Losers” no not the New York Mets, we’re talking about the REAL lovable losers the Chicago Cubs. Today the Cubs had parts of its roof blown off and damaged last night. No, the stadium wasn’t rocking because the Cubs had finally ended their 102 year winless drought, relax Cubbie Fans it was because of the Blizzard that ripped through the Chicago area.

Chicago was blasted by part of the big storm that has caused havoc on most of the country, but Chicago was one of the harder hit areas. Wind gust up to 60 MPH and snow drifts about 6-8 FEET high. The wind and heavy snow led to damages to panels above the press boxes at the 98-year-old stadium, that opened up in 1914. Of course there has been upgrades and major renovations since, but none good enough to withstand the powerful storm.

Here you can see street views of Wrigley Field, pretty cool.

Thankfully, no one was reported to be injured from the roof panel collapsing, or if you asked long-suffering Cubs fan, unfortunately they weren’t. Kidding of course. Gotta love the Cubbie Fans!

Wrigley is said to be fine structurally and will be good to go as the Cubs open up their season on April 1st. Here’s to the chase for 103.

*No word as of yet if the Minnesota Vikings are expected to use Wrigley Field to play their home-games in 2011.*

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2 responses to “Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field Start Their Collapse Early

  1. Adam

    What is this garbage? What Cubs fan would wish for someone to be hurt by their stadium collapsing? Are you retarded? I’m a White Sox fan, but even I know that Cubs fans aren’t that stupid. Are you trying to be funny? Why would the Vikings play there? That’s not even relevant enough to be funny.

  2. Thanks for reading Adam, you can CLEARLY see after that “”f you asked long-suffering Cubs fan, unfortunately they weren’t. Kidding of course.” …… I said KIDDING of course, It’s all in fun.

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