Cubs' quest for more '13 night games in trouble
(MCT) — The Chicago Cubs' push for more night games and later Friday afternoon games could be in jeopardy for the upcoming season because the team has been unable to reach an agreement with the local alderman.
The team had hoped to strike a deal on more night games in time for Ald. Tom Tunney, whose 44th Ward includes Wrigley Field, to introduce a measure at Wednesday's City Council meeting. But Tunney did not submit changes to the city ordinance that has limited night games since the Cubs installed lights at Wrigley Field in 1988.
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