Some looks into the ballpark as it got ready for Opening Night, and others from the game.
Just two days before the Cubs open, the park looks ready to go.
The ballpark is almost ready for Opening Night.
A peek at the new Nuveen sign.
On a sunny Saturday, things looked nearly ready to go at the ballpark.
Lots of activity at the ballpark on Tuesday.
There’s a change in Wrigley signage.
There are some new additions to the bleachers.
Construction progress is continuing in the area around Wrigley.
Some photos from a beautiful, but cold, Saturday.
Some nighttime views of the project.
More views of the project from above.
Something is missing from the Wrigley Field scoreboard.
Here are some great looks at the ballpark and surrounding area from above.
There was a lot of activity at the ballpark Saturday.
The spectacular weekend weather made for a good photo op.
Many World Series-themed giveaways are among the promos in 2017.
An overview of the work over the last few days.
A quick update on work done Monday and Tuesday.
Slow but steady progress is being made.
The plaza building now has a video board.
It might be cold where you are, so let’s think baseball season.
Quite a bit of activity around the ballpark on Tuesday.
A few photos from a quiet Sunday at the ballpark.
Here's your first update in the new year.
The ballpark was quiet on New Year's Eve.
The project resumed Monday after taking the weekend off.
And I could have chosen way more than 10.
A few views of the project on Friday.
Work continues, slowly but surely.
Here are some nighttime views of the ballpark during the snow Friday evening.
Views of the work, and of the pub crawl on Saturday.
A few nighttime images from around the ballpark.
The @cubs Scouting Report on Ernie Banks, who was playing for the Monarchs. His mgr. was Buck O’Neil. Interesting that the previous Pro Experience, response was “No, has been with the Monarchs!” @fergieajenkins @MLB @Royals @Sut_ESPN @JPosnanski @MLB_PLAYERS @Buster_ESPN RT pic.twitter.com/iUEbKR16Zg— Bob Kendrick (@nlbmprez) November 23, 2020
The @cubs Scouting Report on Ernie Banks, who was playing for the Monarchs. His mgr. was Buck O’Neil. Interesting that the previous Pro Experience, response was “No, has been with the Monarchs!” @fergieajenkins @MLB @Royals @Sut_ESPN @JPosnanski @MLB_PLAYERS @Buster_ESPN RT pic.twitter.com/iUEbKR16Zg