5 Things You Need to Know About Cubs' $500 Million Wrigley Field Renovation

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 5 Things You Need to Know About Cubs' $500 Million Wrigley Field Renovation
Courtesy of the Chicago Cubs

After months of back and forth negotiations (or lack thereof), the Chicago Cubs and the city of Chicago are reportedly close to a $500 million makeover of historic Wrigley Field, the Cubs' home ballpark since 1914.

Cubs fans have clashed over the future of the ballpark, with some even voicing their support for the Cubs to move to Rosemont, Illinois after the village's mayor offered a free parcel of land for a new Cubs ballpark.

Although the renovations deal has not been officially finalized (some sources say a deal could be done by the Cubs home opener on Monday), details of the agreement have already been hinted at by some reliable sources.

Here are five things you need to know about the proposed renovations.

For a complete breakdown of the plans for the proposed renovations, click here

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