Selig: Rebuild Wrigley, All-Star Game Will Come

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has apparently offered up the All-Star Game at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, as an incentive to the city to encourage a public-private partnership to update Wrigley à la Fenway Park.  Improvements to Wrigley are pegged at $300 million, with an additional $200 million for the new “triangle building.”  Estimated economic impact of the ASG to the host city: Kansas City (2012) – $60 million.  New York (2013) – $191.5 million.  Read more here.

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