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Old 04-14-2013, 11:06 AM
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Fight My Wrigley Rooftop Ignorance

I don't understand why the Chicago Cubs pay any heed whatsoever to the rooftop owners across the street. I don't mean that in a mean way; I have no problem with people who can see into the stadium watching the games. They do seem somewhat parasitic in nature to me, and should consider themselves lucky to have been able to enjoy what they have so far.
But if the Cubs want to put up a scoreboard, or a sign, why not just do it?
Is there a financial, or some other benefit that the Cubs recieve from being good neighbors to the rooftop owners?
 

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