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The sky over Wrigley Field on Monday was terrifyingly breathtaking

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35,000 Fans Had to Share Two Bathrooms During Wrigley Field's Opening Day


By JOHN DORN

Wrigley Field has played host to countless unforgettable sights over its lifespan, but Monday night provided one that every fan in attendance will talk about for some time -- and it had nothing to do with the Cubs or Dodgers.

Something in between a storm and a sunset passed over the game, creating a gold tinted sky that had players, fans and everyone in attendance in awe.



Yeah, looks like something out of a movie. A horror movie. Or maybe a rom-com? It's terrifying and magnificent at the same time.

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