Wrigley scoreboard clock, outfield walls could get ads

A Wrigley Field agreement approved by the city Landmarks Commission could pave the way for the Cubs to put advertising on the clock in the center field scoreboard and along the top of the outfield wall — proposals that have flown under the radar amid the public debate over renovations of the historic park.

While much of the attention has centered in recent weeks on controversial large video screens that could total 7,000 square feet in left and right fields, the commission last month approved a “master sign program” outlining the team’s plans for as much as 45,000 square feet of advertisements on the ballpark’s interior and exterior, roughly double what’s there now.

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Look at pictures of  more signs at Wrigley Field

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