New Music At Wrigley Field

Bullpen BrianCorrespondent IJune 18, 2010

Besides seeing the Cubs’ season slip away, we’re also witnessing the changing of Wrigley Field.

First the Toyota sign in left field, then the giant noodle on Clark, and now, the end of live organ music to introduce the Cub batters at the plate.

I get the advertising deals…the Cubs need more revenue streams. But the organ music is a staple of Wrigley, something other ballparks don’t have, but probably should.

Nonetheless, the baseball world turns, and as Lou would say ‘what can you do?’

The new trend started last weekend, although several Cub players have yet to choose a theme song. If I were a Cub, here are the cuts I’d have playing when stepping to the plate.

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