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Offseason renovations resume at Wrigley Field — and Captain Morgan Club is the first to go

The Captain got the hook.

Offseason renovations at Wrigley Field have begun — a few weeks earlier than the Cubs would have liked, thanks to the Brewers and the Rockies — and the first building to fall was the Captain Morgan Club/DraftKings Sports Zone at Addison and Sheffield.

The 8,000-square-foot bar opened in 2009 and had a capacity for 500 people on game days and 300 on non-game days.

Going up in its place, according to the Cubs, will be a two-story retail/entertainment addition to the right-field corner of Wrigley Field. It is expected to be ready for the Cubs’ home opener April 8 against the Pirates.

The DraftKings Zone will be rebuilt as an outdoor food and beverage space as an extension of the ballpark.

The new structure’s rooftop area will be connected to the ballpark’s terrace concourse and will include more concession areas and washrooms, accessible from the upper deck.

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