Chicago Cubs News

Morning Marquee: Wrigley Field renovations; LCS game times announced

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The Wrigley Field renovations, which took month to finally begin are in full-swing. The project, which will take four years to complete, is currently focused on moving utilities, and the expansion of the bleachers.

The Chicago Cubs will continue to play at Wrigley during the work, so the majority of it must take place in the off-season, where Chicago winters can hamper production.

Chris Davis‘ suspension has five games remaining, so it is unlikely he will be added to the ALCS roster. Buck Showalter would have to play a man short for the first five of the series, and then hope the series went six, or the Orioles were to advance.

Game times for the League Championship Series have been announced. The ALCS will open up on Friday at Baltimore, with an 8 pm ET start time. The NLCS will start on Friday in St. Louis at 8 pm ET. TBS will carry the ALCS, while Fox and FS1 will have the NLCS.

Here are some other headlines from around the league:

‘Wrigley Field renovation work is now in full-swing‘ – Cubbies Crib

‘Leagues Championship Series game times announced’ – MLB.com

‘Michael Morse is a likely addition to NLCS roster’ – Around the Foghorn

‘Baltimore Orioles can’t bet in Chris Davis in the ALCS’ – Birds Watcher

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