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LAist Road Trip: Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL
LAist is on the road. Yesterday we sat in the bleachers of Wrigley Field where it was 85 degrees and beautiful. For a 1:20pm game on a Monday with the home team 30 games below .500 it was a pretty great turnout.
While getting beers we got to meet some of the ladies and gentlemen of Wrigley. Below the jump you'll get to see some of the guys who sit behind the wall in left and catch homers, you will get to meet the winner of the hottest negligee in the park, you'll even meet some young lesbians.
Maybe this weekend we'll post some more of the colorful characters that we got to talk with yesterday, but first we present Ronnie Woo Woo, the biggest Cub fan in town who loves all things Cubbies and as you will see, the Cub fans love him right back.
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