Wrigley protective netting is in place
CHICAGO -- City building inspectors gave the go-ahead for the Chicago Cubs to play at Wrigley Field on Friday after protective netting was installed to keep chunks of concrete from falling from the upper deck onto fans.
Buildings Commissioner Stan Kaderbek announced early Friday that inspectors accepted an interim safety inspection report the Cubs submitted to the city, clearing the way for an afternoon game against the Philadelphia Phillies.
"The netting is a prudent precaution intended ...
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