Will these people please shut up?
Here's a photographic tour of the Mesa, Arizona construction site which will, in just a few months, be the newest (and, from what I can tell, the best) spring-training complex in the Valley of the Sun
After contentious negotiations, bluster and preposterous proposals to move the Cubs under a jet flight path, a deal to restore Wrigley Field may be at hand.
There's news Tuesday morning both about the Cubs' planned Wrigley renovation, and the ongoing plans for their new spring-training complex in Mesa.
At last, the Cubs reveal their ultimate solution to Wrigley Field renovations, one that was kept secret at the Cubs Convention, to be unveiled to the world on this special day.
Yes, "huge Jumbotron" is a bit redundant. But the Cubs have now proposed such a thing, which would be three times the size of the park's current scoreboard.
It's 13 days until the Cubs play baseball at Wrigley Field for the first time in 2013. And for the first time in many years, they might play that Opening Day game in front of blocks of empty seats.