We seem to have a nice Cubs following in the cafe so I thought it'd be cool if everyone shared their favorite experience from Wrigley Field.
My favorite came last season in May. I was in attendance for the 11-9 Cubs/Cards game that never happened. For those that don't remember this was the game that was called in the top of the 5th due to rain and was made up later in September. The conditions were absolutely miserable. From the opening pitch it was a constant drizzle with winds blowing straight out at 15-20 MPH with gusts up to 35-40. It was Clement versus Tomko and both were getting absolutely rocked. Eli Marrero tore up his knee sliding for a fly ball which had to be pretty bittersweet given the game was completely wiped from the records.
I was in the bleachers with two of my buddies. We showed up for batting practice and with the wind pretty much every pop fly was hitting the stands. The three of us sat through all 4 1/3 wet, wild innings as well as the hour and 50 minutes between when they stopped play and when they officially called it. The wind and rain roared through Wrigley Field so hard we affectionately dubbed the storm Hurricane Steve Buechele, which given the alphabetical system that real hurricanes are named, we figured was preceded by Hurricane Paul Assenmacher, and eventually followed by Hurricane Ron Cey.
Important note: When a rain delay is called, Wrigley will still serve you beer! So there we were, wet, with beer in hand, representing left field in a three man chant of "Right Field Sucks!" What's even sadder was that we actually got a pair of guys in right field to chant back at as! Other highlights include having my buddy scream, "You're being selfish!" at Eli Marrero as he laid on the field in pain with his knee hanging by a thread, and having Ronnie Woo Woo do his chant into my cell phone to a buddy back home that couldn't make it. Ahh, good times.