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So much has been written about the Cubs' 103-year world championship title drought that it has become cliche. So much venom has been directed at Cubs owner Tom Ricketts, club management, and many of the team's players in the blogosphere that it makes one wonder why they are fans.
One of the negatives of attending a night game at Wrigley Field for a 9-5 worker is the rush that is necessary to get to the ballpark on time.
When we were kids, a trip to Tastee Freez or Dairy Queen for a summer treat was always cherished.
When we were on our way to a recent night game at Wrigley Field, my wife, Denise, asked if I wanted to stop somewhere for dinner.
The most enjoyable aspect of sitting in the 400 level at Wrigley Field is the wonderful overhead sight lines of the field below, a great vantage point of the activities on Waveland or Sheffield, a great view of the rooftops and - when the weather is clear - of the lake.
An upper-deck seat also enables a patron to enjoy an Italian combo sandwich, which is available at the Smirnoff Patio directly behind home plate.
The High Plains Bison Hot Dog tasted like ... um ... a hot dog.
I am not very adventurous when it comes to food.