Wrigley Field Deal: $500 million in renovations
April 4, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A $500 million deal to renovate Wrigley Field could be completed before the Cubs home opener on Monday.
ABC-7 has learned the Cubs would build a parking garage and pay more off duty police to increase security before and after games.
The deal includes at least two new signs inside the ballpark, including a video scoreboard in left field.
The signs would impact a couple of rooftops but the team would cover any losses the owners experience.
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