In this July 5, 2015, photo, the view from rooftops across the street from Wrigley Field are blocked by a new video board in right field during a baseball game between the Miami Marlins and the Chicago Cubs in Chicago. A $575 million transformation started in the offseason after years of meetings, hearings and legal battles with the surrounding rooftop owners who sell unique views into the stadium under an unusual revenue-sharing deal with the team that lasts until Dec. 31, 2023.
In this July 5, 2015, photo, the view from rooftops across the street from Wrigley Field are blocked by a new video board in right field during a baseball game between the Miami Marlins and the Chicago Cubs in Chicago. A $575 million transformation started in the offseason after years of meetings, hearings and legal battles with the surrounding rooftop owners who sell unique views into the stadium under an unusual revenue-sharing deal with the team that lasts until Dec. 31, 2023. Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press
In this July 5, 2015, photo, the view from rooftops across the street from Wrigley Field are blocked by a new video board in right field during a baseball game between the Miami Marlins and the Chicago Cubs in Chicago. A $575 million transformation started in the offseason after years of meetings, hearings and legal battles with the surrounding rooftop owners who sell unique views into the stadium under an unusual revenue-sharing deal with the team that lasts until Dec. 31, 2023. Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press