Cubs outfielders are excited to see fans in the bleachers

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The Wrigley Field outfield won’t be empty anymore after the Cubs finished renovations on the left field bleachers.

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Besides the fans, the Cubs players are the most excited.

Cubs left fielder Chris Coghlan said the outfield was awkward without the fans in the bleachers.

Cubs center fielder Dexter Fowler said the fans in the bleachers should help the home-field advantage.

The Cubs outfielders will receive a warm welcome from the bleachers on Monday when the Cubs face the New York Mets.

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