For some, resistance to altering Wrigley Field is about emotional preservation
(MCT) — The season the Cubs last went to the World Series, I screwed up my courage to ask Clyde McCullough for his autograph. Just back from service in World War II, the burly catcher was holding court on the sidewalk in front of Wrigley Field, a big cigar perched in his mouth. Players hung around after a game then.
"Sure, kid," he said.
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