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Snow Covered Wrigley Field

By bullpenbrian - January 4, 2011 - 12:01 am Leave a comment.

Below are the pictures I took from the Skybox on Sheffield of a snow covered Wrigley Field in December 2010.

Only four more months until Opening Day against Pittsburgh on Friday, April 1!

Skybox on Sheffield


Wrigley Rooftop Video

By bullpenbrian - June 3, 2010 - 12:20 am Leave a comment.

Here’s a little inside look at BullpenBrian.com.

The video below was shot May 10th at the Skybox on Sheffield, and stay tuned for more video throughout the season, as well!



Cubs Opening Day Pictures

By bullpenbrian - April 13, 2010 - 12:05 am Leave a comment.

What a view from the Skybox on Sheffield!


Free Tickets To Best Chicago Rooftop!

By bullpenbrian - March 10, 2010 - 2:00 am Leave a comment.

This week I stopped by the Skybox on Sheffield to check out the upgrades in person. Unfortunately, I forgot the camera–dang it!

Nonetheless, new floors, a fresh paint job and the additions of Goose Island food and beverage highlighted the tour.

The rooftop seating has been expanded as well. Enough seats to comfortable sit 130-plus in view of the field.

Enjoy the Skybox yourself this summer!

Book tickets in ‘real time’, sign up for email alerts to see who’s performing at Wrigley this summer and best of all, send “Best Chicago Rooftop” through Twitter to @Chicago Rooftop and be entered to win free rooftop tickets for 4!


Wrigley Boycott?

By bullpenbrian - August 28, 2009 - 11:43 pm Leave a comment.


Some thoughts from high atop the Skybox on Sheffield.

I haven’t seen Wrigley’s seats this empty on a game day in more than three years.

The official attendance for Thursday’s game is listed at 35,174. That must be tickets paid or they’re now counting passengers on the Red Line.

Large sections of the upper deck were empty, especially down the left field line.

For certain, the weather was poor: overcast, rainy and a bit chilly, but empty seats, c’mon. This had to be the smallest crowd all season.

I’m not saying unfilled seats are a bad thing, either. What better way to show our frustrations and disappointments than by boycotting the ol’ ballyard?


The Skybox On Sheffield

By bullpenbrian - July 7, 2009 - 1:49 am 1 comment.

You’ve got to see a Cubs game from the Skybox on Sheffield.

Located just inside the right field foul pole, these guys are setting the standard for Wrigleyville rooftops.

Mainly, the all inclusive ticket permits guests full access to three levels of food, beverages and rooftop seating.

While taking in the latest game against the Brewers, I feasted on Chicago style dogs, rib sandwiches and ice cold Corona.

It’s no wonder the Skybox is drawing everyone from mainstream Cubs fans to local and national celebrities alike.

There’s not a better place to enjoy the Cubs from outside Wrigley Field.

All the good food, good people and good fun are making the best view in Chicago even better!



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