Wrigley trespassers apologize to Cubs for sneaking in

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Two baseball fans want the Chicago Cubs to know how sorry they are for breaking into Wrigley Field.

Kevin Burge and Steven Gudknecht, both 25 and from Chalfton, Pennsylvania were arrested September 1 for misdemeanor trespassing after sneaking into the ballpark during a trip to weekend trip to Chicago to watch the Phillies-Cubs series.

The men wrote a letter of apology to the Cubs, saying they were “extremely embarrassed by their actions”.

All charges will be dropped against them, as long as they attend behavior classes, and delete any pictures taken during the incident.

They’re also banned from Wrigley Field for one year.

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