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Topic - Crane Kenney
During a concert at Wrigley Field last summer, Bruce Springsteen looked up at the fans packing the rooftops across the street and shouted: "Who'd you pay?"
The Chicago Cubs say they're surprised that Illinois and Northwestern have decided to make drastic changes for Saturday's game at Wrigley Field.
The friendly confines of Wrigley Field are a little too tight for the Big Ten.
Kenney, the Cubs executive, said there will not be another contract once the 20-year deal runs its course.
"We're not going out of our way to hurt their business," said Crane Kenney, the team's president of business operations.