Mayor Rahm Emanuel threw cold water on the Chicago Cubs’ request to begin working on Wrigley Field renovations around the clock, after cold winter weather significantly delayed construction of new bleachers.
Kim Maselbas-Gurba’s backyard boarders the school and says her family has had to seal some windows after they noticed people on the bleachers looking into her children’s bedrooms as they were getting dressed.
The Chicago Cubs are preparing for the worst-case scenario with their bleacher renovation.
The Cubs reportedly plan to embrace a different way of selling bleacher tickets this season.
A new patio deck and overall look to the revamped right-field bleachers at Wrigley Field should be the most dramatic aesthetic change to the ballpark’s interior in years when it’s unveiled for the home opener April 5.
It’s no secret that Wrigley Field has had significantly more empty seats this season than it has in past seasons. In an effort to entice fans to come to games, the Cubs have announced some weekday deals for fans in the bleachers.
WRIGLEY FIELD FACTS/HISTORY: Address 1060 West Addison Street Chicago, IL 60613 (773) 404-2827 (CUBS) Box office phone number and hours: 800-843-2827 (individual tickets) 773-404-2827 (group tickets of 20 or more) 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through […]