The Man Who Shaped Both the Cubs and the SoxDaniel Hautzinger
March 30, 2021
Bill Veeck was behind the ivy at Wrigley Field plus Harry Caray singing during the seventh inning stretch, names on uniforms, and the exploding scoreboard with the White Sox. He brought the Sox and Cleveland to the World Series, and always boosted the attendance of lagging teams.
How Chicago's Ballparks Reflect the American City (For Better or Worse)Daniel Hautzinger
July 31, 2019
Wrigley Field is beloved; Guaranteed Rate Field was essentially outdated within a year of construction. The Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger, who wrote a book on American ballparks, discusses the two parks and how they reflect larger trends in American urbanism.
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