When it was first announced, many bemoaned the $240 million partnership with Anhueser-Busch, perhaps because the Cubs’ biggest rival plays in their beer sponsor’s eponymous ballpark. But I think it’s all going to work out for the best, and not just for the obvious benefit precipitated by 2.4 million Benjamins.
You see, one of the ancillary advantages of working closely with A-B is access to some of their vaunted Clydesdales, which is of particular importance now. While those hard-working draft horses are used to hauling draft beer brewed “the hard way,” the Cubs will soon need their help with the rapidly …Read the Rest
Source:: Cubs Insider