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Judge Denies Rooftop Owners' Request to Stop Installation of Wrigley Outfield Signs

"The perennially challenged Cubs breathed a sigh of relief Thursday after a federal judge refused to grant an emergency request by the owners of a pair of Wrigley Field rooftops to stop the team’s installation of outfield signs that would block their valuable view.

Cubs attorney Andrew Kassof denied the Cubs were attempting to create an illegal monopoly over rooftop pricing, saying earlier this week that the 'the point is to renovate Wrigley Field to generate revenues to make a better product, get better players on the field and win a World Series.'"

This article appeared in its entirety in the February 19, 2015 edition of the Chicago Sun-Times.