Originally Posted by doublem23
It's one of only two Jewelbox Era Stadiums still left in the Majors.
Scarcity is a real measure of architectural significance. The Water Tower didn't carry much notoriety when it was built in 1869 but then it survived the Fire and its mystique was born.
As a baseball fan, I respect the historical significance of Wrigley Field.
I love Chicago and IMO it is the greatest city in the world. Wrigley Field is good for the city because it brings in revenue and I can respect that also.
The problem isn't the Cubs or Wrigley Field per se. The problem is the meatball fans (and tourists) who show up like a bunch of lemmings and are gladly spoon-fed bull**** by the franchise.