Wrigley Field ‘looks like Baghdad’; Niykee Heaton is Fox-y

What will Wrigley Field look like for Sunday's opener?

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The photo above was shot on March 25. As you can see, the renovations to Wrigley Field are hardly done despite the fact that the home opener is this Sunday. "It looks like Baghdad," Cubs pitcher Jason Hammel told the Chicago Sun Times. "But you know there’s a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow there. I’m excited, man." Some progress has been made, though. The new Jumbotron is ready to go.

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