Despite everything you may have read, heard and thought over the years, Wrigley Field is no better than any other park in baseball. In fact, because it's the oldest stadium in the NL Central, Wrigley Field is actually a handicap to its owners, who must pour millions of dollars into it and rack their mega-powerful marketing brains just to keep the old dung heap serviceable.
Thanks, Jay Blunk, for the clarification.
(P.S. The photo illustration above, which appeared on the Tribune Web site and at cubs.com, was created and circulated by Under Armour. It seems they believe this image will make Cub fans feel better about what they're doing.)