The Chicago Cubs recently installed large LED video boards in the left and right fields of their 100-year-old venue. The left field display fired up in early April before the first home game. The right field board went live last week.
Mark R. Smith takes a look at Wrigley Field and MLB stadiums’ video board trend in his article, “Baseball’s ‘Big Picture’ Wows Fans,” TVTechology.
He writes: “HD video boards at the nation’s Major League Baseball stadiums just keep getting bigger and better. And their popularity keeps going up, up, up. They’ve become so much a part of the ballpark experience that even Chicago’s venerable cathedral of the roundball arts, Wrigley Field, now features a new jumbo Daktronics HD screen in left centerfield.”
For more product details, see “Chicago Cubs Partner with Daktronics for LED Video Displays at Wrigley.”