(CBS) The Cubs are showing off sketches of their new plan for Wrigley Field – with more signs and almost surely less of a view for rooftop owners.
It is what the Cubs wanted all along.READ MORE: Chicago Mass Vaccination Sites To Begin Offering Pfizer Vaccine For Youths Age 12 To 15 On Thursday
So why didn’t they ask for all those signs – seven – in the first place?
“I think we were hopeful. We have a very patient owner. If we can find a way to do things without the acrimony and the litigation – which there is risk, right, that a court interprets things and slows things down to take a look at some of the legal issues. So we were hoping to avoid all that.”
Cubs President of Business Operations Crane Kenney says at some point you just have to make a decision – and the Cubs did just that.