Chicago Cubs: Three reasons why Wrigley Field is elite

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Chicago Cubs: There is no denying that the beloved home of the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field is elite and here is why:

The month of June is almost here, and the lack of baseball this year has made me miss baseball and the Chicago Cubs more than ever. With the coronavirus pandemic still running rampant, the world as a whole is facing an unbelievable amount of uncertainty, especially when it comes to sports and sporting events.

It should be noted that Major League Baseball is still working with the Major League Baseball Players Association towards putting a plan together for there to be a shortened baseball season in 2020. However, there are still many obstacles for each side to overcome before they can come to an agreement. If we’re honest, it’s anyone’s guess as to if we will have a shortened season and when it will begin.

Even if a shortened season were to commence, games would be played without fans. This means that Chicago Cubs fans will be missing out on spectating at the beloved home of the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field. I know I sound biased here, but I genuinely believe that Wrigley Field is elite. Maybe even the No. 1 ballpark in the United States.

In a recent article, USA Today published a ranking of Major League Baseball’s 30 ballparks. Interestingly enough, Wrigley Field was placed second, right behind Oracle Park, which is home to the San Francisco Giants. Don’t get me wrong, Oracle Park looks beautiful, and in today’s day and age, it is the perfect ballpark. But, I am here to make the case that Wrigley Field is elite and should have been ranked as No. 1. 

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