The service is expected to begin about 10 a.m. CT. TV coverage will be available on CSN Chicago (CSN Chicago's online stream is here), WGN-TV and MLB Network. There will be live radio coverage on WGN Radio, and you can also watch online via cubs.com. Here's the list of speakers and other information about the service:
Tom Ricketts, Chairman of the Chicago Cubs, with a remembrance on behalf of the Chicago Cubs Joe Torre, Chief Baseball Officer, with a remembrance on behalf of Major League Baseball Billy Williams, Hall of Fame teammate, with a personal remembrance Fergie Jenkins, Hall of Fame teammate, with a reading Lou Brock, Hall of Famer and Cubs roommate, with a reading The Hon. Bruce Rauner, Governor of Illinois, with a remembrance on behalf of the State The Hon. Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago, with a remembrance on behalf of the City The Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., with a personal tribute John Rogers, Friend of Ernie Banks, with a personal tribute Jerry and Joey Banks, twin sons of Ernie Banks, with personal tributes Following the memorial service at Fourth Presbyterian Church, the procession will embark on a route that will pass Ernie Banks’ statue in Daley Plaza and Wrigley Field. Due to the restoration of Wrigley Field, fans gathering at the ballpark are asked to view the procession from the following locations: the southwest corner of Sheffield Avenue and Addison Street in front of the Captain Morgan Club; along the south side of Addison Street between Sheffield Avenue and Clark Street; or along the west side of Clark Street between Addison Street and Waveland Avenue. At the end of the service, the procession will leave Fourth Presbyterian Church and drive south on Michigan Avenue, west on Randolph Street, south on Clark Street and east on Washington Street, where it will pass the Ernie Banks statue in Daley Plaza. The procession will then head to Lake Shore Drive to the Belmont Avenue exit. The procession will head west on Belmont Avenue, northwest on Clark Street, north on Sheffield Avenue and west on Addison Street to Clark Street, where it will pass the Wrigley Field Marquee.
I wanted to provide a place for everyone here who wanted to join together to celebrate Ernie's life and baseball career.