WMBD/WYZZ-TV - PEORIA, Ill. -- This summer Greg Rohan is a minor league baseball player. Wednesday, he'll feel like a big leaguer.
Rohan and the Peoria Chiefs head to Chicago to play Kane County at Wrigley Field at 7 p.m. The game is part of the Cubs' third annual "Road to Wrigley" campaign.
"It's where we all want to end up. You get to be in a locker room and go through a full day as a big leaguer," said Rohan. "It's going to be huge. Everyone is excited about it."
The Chiefs played in the first minor league baseball game played at Wrigley Field on July 29, 2008. They beat Kane County 9-8 in a 12-inning game that was completed in Peoria when the game at Wrigley was suspended by rain after nine innings
"It's going to be an eye-opener," said Chiefs first baseman Justin Bour. "I hope to get the most out of it that I can. The bottom line is we're going to try and win a game but you want to soak up everything that you can."