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SBD/January 17, 2012/Facilities
Cubs To Ask For City Approval For 75-Foot Electronic Sign At Wrigley Field
Published January 17, 2012
MORE CHANGES NEEDED: YAHOO SPORTS’ David Brown wrote the Cubs “are playing catch-up” installing a premium patio area and the 75-foot long LED scoreboard at Wrigley. It is “a nice project to keep the Cubs busy, but what Wrigley needs is a major renovation from foul pole to foul pole.” Brown: “Newfangled stuff in Wrigley Field? Say it ain't so! In all honesty, it needs to be so, to maximize revenue streams.” He added, “Bigger concourses. More suites. Expanded player clubhouses and team offices. A second elevator. But again, that's big money. As long as Wrigley doesn't collapse upon itself, it will have to wait” (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 1/16).