View from the Owners seats with the boys photography Sports

View from the Owners seats with the boys photography Sports

View from the Owners seats with the boys photography Sports

View from the Owners seats with the boys photography Sports  

Chicago Cubs vs Atlanta Braves at Wrigley Field on August 31st, 2017 from the owner Tom Ricketts seats.


 

 



Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports
 

White Sox manager Rick Renteria said Melky Cabrera has been focused and “as relaxed as he has ever been” lately, and the veteran showed it Monday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field. Cabrera drove in four runs against the Red Sox, including the go-ahead single in the seventh, to give the White Sox a 5-4 victory in the opener of a three-game series. Cabrera also hit a three-run homer in the third off left-hander David Price, who was making his season debut after recovering from an elbow strain.

 
Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports
Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports
Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports

Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports
Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports
Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox, Memorial Day 2017 Sports

 



WWE Backlash 2017

May 22, 2017 | Category: photography, Sports

WWE Backlash 2017 photography Sports

WWE Backlash 2017 photography Sports

WWE Backlash 2017 photography Sports

WWE Backlash 2017 photography Sports
 

WWE Backlash 2017 Allstate Arena, Chicago


Following the Superstar Shake-Up, Backlash 2017 was an event with a surprising card as new challengers were brought into the mix.

Since the spring cleaning of Payback was out of the way, SmackDown’s refreshed roster sought to start the summer off with as much momentum as possible.

Heading into the pay-per-view, some of the biggest selling points were the potential Match of the Year candidate between Shinsuke Nakamura and Dolph Ziggler, the possible ascension of Jinder Mahal from jobber to main event star and even the chance to declare a new Face of America.


 

 



WWE Monday Night Raw • Chicago photography Sports

The Undertaker makes his way out. No Roman Reigns. Legendary Undertaker creeps to the ring as Braun Strowman looks on. Taker meets Strowman in the middle of the ring and they stare each other down. A “HOLY SHIT” chant breaks out, because it’s Chicago.

 


 

WWE Monday Night Raw Chicago