Elia ripped into the day-game only fans--Wrigley did not put lights in for several more years-- as unemployed bums, stating “...the motherf*%kers don't even work, that's why they're out at the f*&king game..." The audio is definitely worth a listen (not work or child safe.) Elia, despite a World Series Championship (not with the Cubs), has yet to live down his wonderful meltdown moment at Wrigley.
Fast forward to 2007 with Lou Piniella at the helm of the most storied losing franchise in the history of professional sports.
While White Sox fans have little to cheer about these days, we can sit patiently and wait for the Schradenfreude of a beautiful Northside eruption.
Wrigley: where managers go to commit career suicide.