- Associated Press - Monday, April 6, 2015

CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubs say they’ll add portable toilets at Wrigley Field after fans had long - and uncomfortable - waits to use toilets during the season opener.

That’s because of a massive renovation project that kept some of the bathrooms closed during Sunday’s game and problems that forced the temporary closure of more bathrooms.

The team apologized for the inconvenience. Fans took to social media to complain about missing chunks of the game waiting in long lines. Cubs spokesman Julian Green said in a statement after the game that the team “missed the mark.” He said the Cubs weren’t “prepared to handle guests during peak periods.”

The Cubs said before the game that the renovation project would delay the opening of some restrooms.



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