First of all, no puns were harmed in the writing of this item.
And give credit where credit is due. Chicago's North Side won't be confused with blue-collar imagery these days, but its local ball club has now paid tribute to a true working man's enterprise as only it can.
By taking shiploads of money.
Meet the oh-so-familiar device that earned the Sloan Valve Company enough dosh to win the Cubbie's Spring Training stadium naming rights:
After all, there are only so many places hi-tech can go, even in a state-of-the-art, $100million stadium in Mesa:
But rest assured that when any of the 15,000 fans the park can hold can't hold it any longer, the Cubbies' newest sponsor is going to be there for them, as tech-friendly as they can possibly be:
Damn. Won't even have to put down the hot dog or the beer.