Tag Archives: Wrigley Field

  • This Day In Sports History (July 10th) – 1990 MLB All-Star Game

    This Day In Sports History (July 10th) – 1990 MLB All-Star Game

    It was on this day in 1990 that the MLB All-Star Game took place at Wrigley Field in Chicago.  The American League would go on to win the 61st Midsummer Classic by a score of 2-0. The American League won one of the lowest scoring games in All-Star Game history, thanks to some great pitching […]

  • MLB Ballpark Rankings: The Best Places to Catch a Game in 2013

    MLB Ballpark Rankings: The Best Places to Catch a Game in 2013

    The 2013 Major League Baseball season is officially underway, and the last round of Home Openers will be played today. However, we all know the season doesn’t really heat up until the end of May or so. That means you’ve still got plenty of time to plan some summer road trips to some of the […]

  • Female Cubs Fan Catches Ball With Beer Cup (Video)

    Female Cubs Fan Catches Ball With Beer Cup (Video)

    With a 38-53 record on the season, the Chicago Cubs find themselves 13.5 games out in the race for top spot in the NL Central, and 12 games out of an NL Wild Card spot.  Needless to say, their play on the field hasn’t been giving Cubs fan much, if anything, to get excited about, […]

  • Animal Interference: 11 Critters Who Interrupted Sporting Events

    Animal Interference: 11 Critters Who Interrupted Sporting Events

    Ever since that squirrel ran across home plate just as Philadelphia’s Roy Oswalt was delivering a pitch in Game 4 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Cardinals (a game which St. Louis went on to win), people in St. Louis have been going nuts for the Busch Stadium Rally Squirrel. It’s become a symbol […]

  • 9 Historic Sports Sites That Should Never Be Torn Down

    9 Historic Sports Sites That Should Never Be Torn Down

    Yesterday, we did a list of 9 old stadiums that just have to go. Today, we have for you, the companion to that list: 9 historic sports sites that should never be torn down. These are those special atmospheric places where sports history was made, places which have come to embody the essence of the […]

  • Female Cubs Fan Gets A Beer Shower (Video)

    Female Cubs Fan Gets A Beer Shower (Video)

    Throwing an opposing team’s home run ball back onto the field is a great way to gain the respect of your fellow fans, but in the case of this Cubs fan, it was also a great way to lose a souvenir, a beer, and a chance at a lovely lady’s number. The incident took place […]

  • 10 Must-See Venues for a Diehard Sports Fan

    10 Must-See Venues for a Diehard Sports Fan

    The nice thing about compiling a list like this is that it’s likely to be just as relevant in 20 years as it is now. Good teams of course come and go, but few places can be regarded as true sports Meccas. Once that distinction is earned, it isn’t quick to go. The best part […]

  • With Child In One Hand, Dad Catches Foul Ball With Other

    With Child In One Hand, Dad Catches Foul Ball With Other

    We here at TotalProSports are all about giving fans props for their remarkable display of soft hands while catching a foul ball at the ballgame.  We have seen them do it in several different ways, but it doesn’t appear to get any better than a dad making a nice grab while holding their child at […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Does This Cubs Shirt Get These Kids Laid?

    Picture Of The Day: Does This Cubs Shirt Get These Kids Laid?

    Good old Wrigley Field.  The place where Chicago’s oddities seem to gather every afternoon to take in a ball game, and amaze us in the process. Whether it is a couple of shirtless teens showing off their matching tattoos (as moronic as they are), or a fan who has yet to figure out the proper […]

  • Milton Bradley Has Had Enough With America’s Racism

    Milton Bradley Has Had Enough With America’s Racism

    Total Pro Sports – We have all likely become accustomed to hearing Milton Bradley rant and whine, but this time he may actually be onto something. Bradley has not had the best of years, batting an unimpressive .259 and tallying only 11 homer runs and 35 RBIs.  That is enough to get almost any $10-million-a-year […]