CHICAGO (WBBM) – A plan to use taxpayer money to help renovate Wrigley Field may be in need of 9th inning heroics.

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The Cubs want to use extra money from the city’s amusement tax to pay for $200 million in bonds to help renovate the aging North Side ballpark.

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But, the Chicago Sun-Times reports, the Cubs’ idea to use hotel tax money just in case there’s not enough of an increase in amusement tax money is not sitting well with the city.

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The Cubs the city and others are looking over other possible options to get the plan across the plate.