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Cubs show off $575 million Wrigley Field expansion plan

This rendering shows 3 scoreboards video screens place new plan. Crane Kenney President Chicago Cubs unveiled new revised renderings for

This rendering shows the 3 scoreboards and video screens in place in the new plan. Crane Kenney, President of the Chicago Cubs, unveiled new revised renderings for a Wrigley Field plan for renovation which would cost an additional 75 million dollars and take 4 years to finish. | Al Podgorski / Sun-Times Media

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Updated: June 29, 2014 6:25AM

The Cubs on Tuesday showcased — and put a $75 million pricetag on — their revised plan to add more signs, seats and lights at Wrigley Field and said if the team is not allowed to “control our ballpark,” it would consider moving and look first at other Chicago sites.

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