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Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, right, and general manager Jed Hoyer watch the team's batting practice before Monday's home-opener at Wrigley Field.

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A Cubs fan takes photos of an empty Wrigley Field after Monday's loss to Milwaukee.

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A hot dog vendor peddles his wares at Wrigley Field during Monday's home-opener.

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The craziness revolving around the Cubs' attempt to renovate Wrigley Field has reached new heights, or maybe depths: A Wrigleyville group believes more parking is a bad idea. Ricketts said when asked whether he was surprised at a Wrigleyville group's objection to more parking, "Honestly, we haven't had public hearings on that. I'm not sure what the objections are."
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    • Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, right, and general manager Jed Hoyer watch the team’s batting practice before Monday’s home-opener at Wrigley Field.
    • A Cubs fan takes photos of an empty Wrigley Field after Monday’s loss to Milwaukee.
    • A hot dog vendor peddles his wares at Wrigley Field during Monday’s home-opener.
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