Wrigley Field scoreboard to stay
March 20, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The manual scoreboard in Wrigley Field will not be moved and upgraded according to Alderman Tom Tunney.
The idea of replacing it with a giant video screen was kicked around during recent renovation talks.
It would increase revenues at the friendly confines without blocking rooftop views.
Wednesday, Alderman Tunney says the idea was discussed early on in those talks but it was dismissed.
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