I am a transplant to these parts and technically a resident of the suburbs, so my authority on the subject of what should and shouldn't happen at so-called "Wrigley Field" is probably a little bit more objective than people like James Finn Garner, who might know a lot about baseball, but whatever.
I don't really like baseball all that much and there are parts of Lower Wacker Drive - particularly the parts between where it begins and where it ends - that could double as Blade Runner sets, only slightly more dystopian - so compared to JFG, I feel like my authority on the topic is possibly a teeny bit more authority-ish. And by "topic," I mean day spas.
I'm just going to come right out and say it: A day spa at Wrigley Field is an awesome idea and would probably be a whole lot fucking warmer during baseball season, which in Chicago, falls right in the middle of Winter, Part II. Throw in a few pirate-themed, rum-inspired entertainment venues and things get even better. That's not even debatable.
Photo: Just before the game was called on account of weather.