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Wise Guides samples women's pro soccer and comes out converted... sort of

My wife and I took our girls out to see the Chicago Red Stars on Sunday evening (that's women's pro soccer, for the uninitiated), and I was just settling into my seat when I heard a shout..… Read more »

iPhone App for Yankee Stadium Released

iPhone app for Yankee Stadium gives fans inside scoop on Bronx Bombers’ new home  Fans can get tips about the new Stadium, play trivia game on phone NEW YORK –Fans making a pilgrimage to the… Read more »

Yankee Stadium - Here's why it's Homer Heaven

When the new Yankee Stadium opened the team noted that the dimensions were exactly the same as at the old place:  left-field line: 318 feet left-center: 399 center field: 408 right-center:… Read more »

A gift for the Cubs fan who's dying to show their loyalty... or just dying

The argument has been made that Cubs fans aren't really that dedicated, that they're mostly a bunch of yuppies who turn Wrigley Field into the world's largest outdoor saloon, and that they couldn't t… Read more »

More Good Press on Wise Guide Wrigley Field

The Web site PublishChicago.com, which supports Chicago-area publishers, likes our guidebook to Wrigley Field ... a lot. Here's the review from one Julie Hunt. She's apparently a Michigan Wolverine… Read more »

A Texan Juice Box

Minute Maid Park opened in 2000 on the spot downtown where Houston’s Union Station used to stand – a railroad station that is credited with bringing growth and prosperity to the city in the early par… Read more »

Wise Guides in the News...

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What is the Infield Fly Rule ?

The infield fly rule declares that a batter is out when he hits a fair fly ball that could be caught by an infielder with "ordinary" effort, there are less than two outs and runners are on first and … Read more »

How the Yanks Got to the Bronx

Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased the defunct Baltimore franchise for $18,000 and moved it to New York for the 1903 season. The team played at Hilltop Park at 168th and Broadway, and because of… Read more »

Are Cubs fans racist?

Another racist t-shirt has popped up outside Wrigley Field, which raises the question: Are Cubs fans racist? Or is it just the street vendors outside Wrigley? Or maybe the t-shirt makers?&n… Read more »