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  • Cubs apologize for long bathroom waits, will install portable toilets

    Cubs apologize for long bathroom waits, will install portable toilets
    Portable toilets will be installed at Wrigley Field for the next two months after some fans waited in line more than an hour to use restrooms during the team's home opener Sunday night. Cubs President of Business Operations Crane Kenney apologized...
  • Residents complain Wrigley Field is louder than previous years

    Residents complain Wrigley Field is louder than previous years
    Maybe the second game will be better. From the flooded, shuttered bathrooms to the increased noise levels in the neighborhood to the disappointing result on the field, realities of life at a ballpark in transition came into focus Monday in appraisals of...
  • Cubs in battle with Cardinals for Illinois fan loyalty

    Cubs in battle with Cardinals for Illinois fan loyalty
    The Cubs have their work cut out for them for more than just their bid to climb up the National League Central division standings. The Cardinals are encroaching on their home state turf, according to the recent Facebook data. The Cardinals visited ...
  • Cubs open at Wrigley Field: The more things change...

    Cubs open at Wrigley Field: The more things change...
    An off-season of hype and construction for the Cubs led to a nationally televised home opener in prime time. Three hours later, the arch-rival St. Louis Cardinals shut out the home team, 3-0, at Wrigley Field. The baseball wasn't much changed, but the...
  • Wainwright, Cardinals beat Cubs 3-0 on opening night

    The Chicago Cubs had Joe Maddon in the dugout, and Jon Lester on the mound. Wrigley Field had a new look, with a giant videoboard in left field and pictures of Ernie Banks draped over the closed bleachers. The St. Louis Cardinals had Adam Wainwright, and...
  • Cubs-Cardinals opener draws big audience

    Cubs-Cardinals opener draws big audience
    While the Cubs and the Wrigley Field bathrooms failed to live up to expectations Sunday, the ratings did. The telecast of the opener on ESPN2 pulled a 7.87 local rating. With 1 ratings point being the equivalent of 35,000 homes, that means an...
  • Wrigley Field project looks good, but Cubs still need work

    Wrigley Field project looks good, but Cubs still need work
    Receiving the loudest applause during introductions Sunday night, Cubs manager Joe Maddon seemingly jogged out of the dugout and onto the gigantic left-field video board at revamped Wrigley Field. Even those who expected Maddon to cast a larger-than-...
  • Fewer restrooms at Wrigley Field added up to long waits

    The Chicago Cubs say they'll add portable toilets at Wrigley Field after fans had long — and uncomfortable — waits to use toilets during the season opener. That's because of a massive renovation project that kept some of the bathrooms...
  • Wrigley video board balances digital present, ballpark's past

     Wrigley video board balances digital present, ballpark's past
    Ever since the Cubs announced plans to erect a giant video board at the back of the left-field bleachers, baseball traditionalists fretted that this insertion of flashy technology would disrupt one of the most beloved places in Chicago and the nation...
  • Wrigley Field improvements don't look as good from the rooftops

    Wrigley Field improvements don't look as good from the rooftops
    Up on the roof, specifically the one at 1032 Waveland Avenue, there was a lot to behold. There was the lush green of the infield, the brown of the lightly moistened dirt, the sound of the organ. But toward the left and at the bottom of the sightline...
  • Emanuel, Garcia campaign throughout Chicago on Easter weekend

    Emanuel, Garcia campaign throughout Chicago on Easter weekend
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia marked a frenetic final weekend of campaigning by making their cases to voters everywhere from Sunday church services and Easter egg hunts to street demonstrations and Wrigley Field. With the...