Count Lance Berkman among those who are not impressed with Wrigley Field.

The Texas Rangers will be making their first trip to the "Friendly Confines" since 2002 -- and only the team's second visit ever. Berkman, however, has visited Chicago numerous times to play the Cubs when he was with the Houston Astros.
"It's one of the worst places in baseball for, well, just about anything," Berkman told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Dallas Morning News. " I really don't like it. I read where they got approval for some more upgrades. Count me in the group of people extremely happy to see that. I guess I'm just spoiled.
"There is a tremendous history associated with it and there is something special about playing on the same field that guys like Babe Ruth did. But really, what kind of history is there? It's not like there has been one championship after another. It's mainly been a place for people to go and drink beer."
Berkman, who might not see extended action during this series as he's the Rangers designated hitter, has a career .215 batting average spanning 289 at-bats in 177 games at Wrigley.
His gloomy outlook, however, isn't spoiling the experience for his Rangers teammates.