The (Wrigley Field) fix is in?

CHICAGO -- This weekend, while you were trying to figure out "catfishing," the Chicago Cubs cast out a new plan for renovating Wrigley Field that is far easier to understand, if not digest.

Here's the gist: The Cubs want so-called Big Government off their back.

More than two years after debuting their failed attempt to wrangle tax dollars from the city and county to help fund a $300 million renovation of historic, charming, and yes, dumpy Wrigley Field, the Cubs' owners are fighting for their right to desecrate, I mean decorate, their own home.

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