Wrigley Field’s Lesson: Charm Without Substance
I was wrong.
Wrigley felt more like an extra-big minor league ballpark, badly in need of a coat of paint and updated amenities (one word, gentlemen: "trough").
As one of America’s oldest ballparks, Wrigley Field carries an aura of charm across the nation. Inside the ballpark, the scent of stale Old Style beer wafts.
You can never really know something until you have first-hand experience with it. Leaps of faith aren’t enough.