Chicago has approved opening the rooftop seating across the street from Wrigley Field to 25% capacity. The Cubs own most of them, so they will be able to make at least some money from fan attendance this year. They’ve yet to decide how to proceed; however, some independent rooftop owners have already begun sales at $350 a seat. The price includes food and drinks. Bring your binoculars and masks. You can leave your glove at home though, last time someone reached one of the rooftops with a home run was Glenallen Hill in 2000.
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And to think that just a month ago MLB was telling fans that they could go ahead and jump off the rooftops.
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