1000 Words: Wrigley Field wrapped in gold

wrigley field gold.jpg

An intense storm complete with tornado warnings ripped through the Chicago area Wednesday, but — as meteorological cataclysms often do — it left behind a beautiful sight at Wrigley Field.

Unfortunately, I only managed to capture half of it. I initially had raced back to the ballpark because there was a double rainbow beyond rightfield. But by the time I was in position to take a photo, they were gone.

1000 WORDS LOGO.jpgThe storm did leave behind a beautiful pot of gold, with a rosy backdrop overhead. Our director of publications, Lena McDonagh, pointed me to this old saying:

Pink sky at night, sailor’s delight. Pink sky at morning, sailor’s warning.

I promise I’ll be quicker next time. But until then, tell us what you would like to see from Vine Line and enter to win a game-used Ted Lilly duffel bag. The sweepstakes ends soon, so enter today!

– Sean Ahmed

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CONGRATULATIONS TO RON SANTO, WHO SHOULD BE IN THE HALL OF FAME!
HERE?S HOW HE DID IN HIS FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE GAME!
BEAT ‘EM BUCS!
A look at the 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates from stem to stern!
By DA Frizzi

CUBS SWEEP PIRATES IN DH!
Chicago Rookie Santo 3-7, 5 RBI?s in First Two MLB Games
Games played Sunday, June 26, 1960 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

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CONGRATULATIONS TO RON SANTO, WHO SHOULD BE IN THE HALL OF FAME!
HERE’S HOW HE DID IN HIS FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE GAME!
BEAT ‘EM BUCS!
A look at the 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates from stem to stern!
By DA Frizzi

CUBS SWEEP PIRATES IN DH!
Chicago Rookie Santo 3-7, 5 RBI’s in First Two MLB Games
Games played Sunday, June 26, 1960 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

Click on the link for the full story.
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That is an awesome picture! Keep up the good work!

oh my goodness, what a gorgeous view of our beautiful field!

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