End Concerts at Wrigley?

An hour before last Friday’s game in an important series against the Cardinals, groundskeepers walked around the Wrigley Field outfield tamping down the grass, looking for seams and patching up small divots.

The playing field had been removed before the AC/DC concert last week, and replaced before the start of the homestand.

Some in the Cubs clubhouse complained about the conditions before the game began, and walking down the first base line you easily could envision a cleat entering a seam and causing a player to be injured — or at the very least to stumble.

Nothing happened over the weekend, but when Starlin Castro botched a grounder on Monday, manager Joe Maddon said the field was partly to blame.

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