The frenzy among Chicago Cubs fans to snag tickets to the World Series games at Wrigley Field between October 28-30 has also reared its head in domestic relations court in Cook County. Last week, the wife-petitioner in a pending divorce case filed an “Emergency Petition For World Series Tickets” to see the Saturday, October 29 game against the Cleveland Indians. The tickets were being held her soon-to-be ex-husband and fellow Cubs fan. After in-court arguments, the judge ruled that the husband can keep the tickets for himself and the couple’s 12-year-old son, but he should pay for a new ticket for the wife in a “comparable” section to his. The cheapest available tickets started at around $3,000.
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