Sunday, February 6, 2011

Harry Caray Has Had a Rough Year

The guys over at The Wrigley Blog reported this morning that the Harry Caray statue outside Wrigley Field has been vandalized by some people with entirely too much time on their hands and not enough functioning brain cells.

It looks like it says: "Sox b (backwards 7) E S"

The statue has been through quite a bit this year.  It got evicted from its original spot on Sheffield and Addison so that the Cubs could put up a Billy Williams statue.  Then it got cracked when it was hit by a worker during the hubbub surrounding the Northwestern/Illinois football game.  Now it gets tagged by someone who could use a remedial trip to kindergarten.

It is hard to tell if the work was done by a Sox fan, a Cubs fan hoping to frame a Sox fan, or a Cubs fan that is trying to say something crass about the White Sox.  It is hard to decipher since the second part of what is written is virtually incomprehensible.  The only thing that is certain is that whoever did it is not terribly bright and probably illiterate.

Anybody know where Todd Ricketts was last night?


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