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The Chicago Cubs are an American professional baseball team based in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) Central division. The team plays its home games at Wrigley Field, located on the city's North Side. The Cubs are one of two major league teams in Chicago; the other, the Chicago White Sox, is a member of the American League (AL) Central division. The Cubs, first known as the White Stockings, were a founding member of the NL in 1876, becoming the Chicago Cubs in 1903.

Neal angrily reviewed "These new Cubs owners are more greedy than a Chicago Teacher's Union. Gouging the long-suffering fans every way they can. For every last cent. Exorbitant ticket prices. Outrageous prices for food. $34 for a baseball cap (saw at Walmart). And $12 for a plastic cup of that awful swill they call Budweiser?!? Not for me. Fans had suffered long enough. So once things start looking up and they actually win a World Series, prices skyrocket. They just find another way for the loyal fans to suffer. Not for me. Of course, once they skyrocket the prices, the team goes flat, flatter than two-day old beer, not even making the playoffs. Spend time watching them sink back into the doldrums? Not for me. Then, after all this, they think they are going to make a killing with their own Cubs TV channel on cable, pulling the plug on watching games on free over-the-air TV, like on long-time broadcaster WGN after 72 years. They think 24/7 Cubs baseball will sell. All at the same time people (like me) are cutting the cord on pay cable. Especially when it is bundled with all kinds of stuff you don't want. Would I ever subscribe? Don't be silly. Not for me."


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Anonymous (Former Employee) says

"Overall, the organization is negligent and enables discriminatory and unlawful conduct by management. Company shows little regard for federal and state laws. Be prepared for retaliation if you report unlawful conduct."

Parking and Transportation Ambassador (Former Employee) says

"We were underpaid. There was very poor management mostly did not listen to any of our suggestions. They mostly care about themselves. Sure it was cool seeing Wrigley Field everyday but they hired a new girl that did not read the handbook. Also, they did not turn on their walkies up loud and that is a safety hazard since i was in Parking and Transportation Ambassador. Irving Park parking lot poor lot loud trains and next to cemetery. Wish could have seen the live games inside Wrigley Field. Do not work there at night cause it is located in a very tough neighborhood cause of night games. Cons: Poor Management, Under paid and unorganized"

Marketing (Current Employee) says

"They sure did like hiring hot girls. HR is a mess, they only want slaves and they turn them over each year. New ownership encourages a faceless, corporate environment. Cons: Had to watch some billionaire frat boys slowly destroy an American landmark."

MORNING CREW CLEANER (Former Employee) says

"learning how people in the company work together and be more about their work place until of other working with them they need better supervisors and leads"

Guest Service Ambassador (Current Employee) says

"The management team often ignored my scheduling requests and would schedule me on days that I was unavailable to work."

Security Services Associate (Former Employee) says

"I worked security for the Cubs and I thought it would be a good networking opportunity and a possible "in" to work my way up through the organization. After a few weeks it was easy to see that there was not a lot of room to grow and not a lot of people to connect with that actually had any power. Cons: Very limited parking provided for employees"

Grounds Crew (Current Employee) says

"Working for the cubs was a very good experience for me. The relaxed environment allows employees enjoy their time spent which can be substantial at times. All in All I believe that the Cubs run a first class organization"

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