With last night’s game the home season finale, there were a number of fun and/or interesting things dropped on Twitter that I thought worth sharing here for those of you who don’t do the Twitter thing, or who missed these items.
Wrigley Field tonight vs Wrigley Field next April: pic.twitter.com/yld7kNygFn
— Wrigley Blog (@WrigleyBlog) September 25, 2014
I still don’t think it looks too bad, especially if the script signs blend in as well as in that rendering, and if the foul line signs are that same green.
Can't believe they're tearing down the Toyota sign for a videoboard. They can't take my memories. pic.twitter.com/OQWc6vVwaL
— jon greenberg (@jon_greenberg) September 23, 2014
That made me chuckle. It also made me ponder what the Toyota sign will do next … and I couldn’t help myself:
"Disgruntled former Wrigley advertisement costs Cubs 2017 NLCS." pic.twitter.com/FNNhqFJKdR
— Brett Taylor (@BleacherNation) September 24, 2014
I hope you can forgive me.
Among the thoughts immediately after last night’s game ended:
Good news: Cubs finish with a winning record at home. Better news: Renovations get started. Best news: 2015 is one day closer.
— Luke Blaize (@ltblaize) September 25, 2014
— Stan Croussett (@Crewsett) September 25, 2014
Great home season for the Cubs, who wound up going 41-40. … OK. Now where's my shovel?
— Brett Taylor (@BleacherNation) September 25, 2014
And Sahadev closes the joint down:
Good night, Wrigley. See ya next season. pic.twitter.com/y0LAEX8tqp
— Sahadev Sharma (@sahadevsharma) September 25, 2014