Who are the Cubs?
You are soo sunny. Must be a white sox fan, Or perhaps by your later post not a fan of baseball??
I am a real fan of the ballparks of old. I am hoping before the Lord comes knocking I am able to see Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. I read where Wrigley will be undergoing some renovations but they will do it without destroying the past. I wish the White Sox would have done the same with Comiskey Park instead of building that new park. I don't know for sure but maybe it was not possible to renovate without destroying its historical past. Growing up, we got the White Sox games on radio in Houston. Bob Elston was a great radio personality. I know - that was before your time. Even though the Cubs have not recently been good on the field, they still draw near or over 2 million fans each year. Considering they play so many day games is amazing.
I will always remember watching the Cubs on WGN when Harry Cary and Steve Stone manned the broadcasting booth. What a character Harry was and Cub fans for generations to come will remember him.
The Yankees sold themselves out when they built New Yankee Stadium. I don't care how much it resembles the old, it is still not the same place where Babe Ruth hit home runs, Lou Gehrig played first, Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle roamed centerfield, Yogi Berra was catching and Whitey Ford pitching.
Thank you Cubs and Red Sox for not destroying the past.