The Under Armour logos will be back on the outfield doors at Wrigley Field. The Cubs announced Tuesday they have agreed to continue their partnership with Under Armour, and now have a multi-million dollar multi-year deal. The Cubs have dismissed their lawsuit against the company, which was filed in January after Under Armour failed to pay the team. Muskat Ramblings.
I, for one, am thrilled. It just wouldn’t feel like Wrigley without the beautiful U and A next to the bricks and ivy.
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