Critical Violations Found at Chicago Ballpark Concessions

Dozens of violations found at Wrigley and U.S. Cellular

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    Looks like the baseball wasn't the only thing that was bad at Chicago's ballparks this summer.

    Health inspectors found dozens of violations at concession stands at U.S. Cellular Field and Wrigley Field this season, according to the Chicago Tribune.

    The violations ranged from food kept at the wrong temperature to poor hygiencic practices by some servers, the newspaper reported.

    Fifteen critical violations were found at the White Sox home and 20 at Wrigley during a visit last week.

    A spokeswoman for Levy Restaurants, which operates the Wrigley concessions, told the Tribune that they welcome the "second set of eyes."

    A Sox spokesman told NBC 5 that "we have the highest standards and take any infractions, no matter how minor or major, very seriously."