Paul Sullivan: Boston Red Sox rookie’s 1-star review of Wrigley Field hits a nerve with the Chicago Cubs

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The Chicago Cubs owners have spent the last decade-plus trying to emulate the Boston Red Sox. Whether it was hiring Theo Epstein as president of baseball operations, renovating Wrigley Field the same way as Fenway Park, signing free-agent pitcher Jon Lester, creating their own TV network or exploring the purchase of a Premier League soccer team, there seldom has been an idea out of Boston the Cubs couldn’t borrow. If they could’ve gotten away with playing “Sweet Caroline” during Sunday’s 4-2, 11-inning loss to the Red Sox at Wrigley, you know the Cubs would’ve done it in a heartbeat. “There is…

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