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Saturday, July 28, 2007

While The Chicago Cubs Are Selling Their History Of "-uckcess" The Mets Are Pushing The Bklyn Dodgers

Unfortunately, the Cubs & Mets are pushing The Same Business Model:

You see, in Wrigley Field, there's the belief that the Cubbies are the Perennial Underdogs. They've had a great run of pushing their futility, through bad corporate ownership, who figured that frustration sells a lot of tickets, as well as a historical ball park as an attraction;

Sorry, but Phil Wrigley was an absentee owner, who didn't want to pay Commonwealth Edison Bills, so there were no night games by the Cubs;

The Tribune Company controls the Cubs through the Boardroom, which can tie up operations in the Front Office;

The Cubs haven't won a World Series since 1908. This is Season #100 since that took place;

The Cubs are basically, a Full Season Ticket & Suite Operation, catering to Chicago's Elitists. At least, though, they're selling their OWN History;

The NY Mets are selling history, with their own new park, Citi Field, along the lines of The Cubs Business Plan, in regards to tickets, making Citi Field an Elitist Location;

But the Mets are trying to sell the Tradition of The B'klyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field. Citi, you see, is supposed to be State of The Art Ebbets Field;

Funny, but Ebbets Field was owned by The Dodgers & was more of a FAN Friendly Park, where people knew their Baseball;

& the Citi Field Folk, won't be the Family Crowds of Shea Stadium. Citi Field will be full of Drinkwaters & Kapsteins(A Jere Reference, if ever I've seen one-lol);

You get the Picture;

Get your own history, Fred, or get out;

Oh, I forgot, but Real Mets History dies when Shea Stadium, closes;

Mike From Red Sox Nation in Queens


Blogger The Omnipotent Q said...

Actually, Michael, this is season 99 since the Cubs won the 1908 World Series. It will be interesting to see how the Cubs will mark that dubious anniversary next year (assuming they don't win it all this year).

1:55 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Will they sell beer @ 1908 prices?

4:52 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

The Cubs Fan has suffered from bad ownerships.

4:54 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

And when Shea Stadium closes next year, I will treat it as a sign that National League Baseball has left New York City, again.

4:58 PM  
Blogger a.k.a. Zooomabooma said...

I'm surprised not more baseball fans are aware of this -- the 2008 World Series Champs have essentially already been chosen: The Cubs. This has already been decided upon and next season it will be an "unknown" conspiracy. The Cubs will go on to win...


Like clockwork.

1:30 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Amazing Conspiracy, Chris:

& it'll be on FOX

4:56 PM  

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