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Spend Cubs, Spend – Chicago Cubs to Invest Millions Into Wrigley Field

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According to the Associated Press the Chicago Cubs want to do a “complete renovation of the ballpark.” That ball park is Wrigley Field. It’s called the “Wrigley 20-14″. Wrigley will be marking it’s 100th year in 2014. The total cost could be around 300 million. That is alot of zero’s.

And get this shocker, the Cubs have had talks about dumping the Wrigley name. But according to Cubs President Crane Kenny, he says “I can’t imagine the ball park not being called Wrigley Field”.

300 million dollars. But as one Cubs fan said, leave the ball park alone. Just  get 300 million in great baseball players and we will be happy.

 

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