Crains Chicago Business writer Danny Ecker updates Kap and Carm about the progress on the planned renovations for Wrigley Field, including the proposed bridge over Clark Street, the likelihood of an approval, and other issues associated with changing the stadium.
Much of the exterior surrounding Wrigley Field’s landmark marquee would be restored to how it appeared in the 1930s, including restoring windows, terra cotta and wrought-iron fencing to the stadium’s facade. There also would be an expanded terrace off the stadium’s upper deck above the marquee. (Chicago Cubs)
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Though Cubs starter threw 89 pitches in 52/3 innings, he retired side on 3 pitches in 3rd even with leadoff bunt singleEdwin Jackson threw 89 pitches in just 52/3 innings Saturday. But in the third, the Cubs right-hander finished off Reds hitters Billy Hamilton, Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips with just three pitches. […]