Cubs fans go to divorce court over World Series tickets

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Cubs fans go to divorce court over World Series tickets

The Associated Press is reporting that documents obtained from Cook County Circuit Court on Friday show that a mom named Nancy Riddle submitted an "Emergency Petition for World Series Tickets" to be able to attend Saturday's World Series Game 5 at Wrigley Field.

The Judge ruled that the husband and their 12-year-old son John could keep the tickets for themselves, but they would have to pay for a new ticket for his estranged wife in a comparable section.

Tickets for the game were going for at least 3,000 last night in the Cubs 1-0 loss to the Indians.

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