If you get the chance to take in a Cubs game at Wrigley Field this year, you may notice something that already has Cubbie fans in an uproar: New skinny seats. The historic stadium underwent extensive renovations during the off season, and when the Cubs decided to move and enlarge the dugouts and build a swanky, exclusive club behind home plate, they also changed some of the seats down the left- and right-field lines, making them smaller. People have complained those aren’t big enough for regular-sized fans. One said they were built for “middle school students,” and another wondered if they were modeled after middle seats in the back of airplanes. Some recent photos back up the concern, and we found a shot of two average-sized baseball fans sitting normally, yet dominating the empty seat between them.