Some of my tomatoes look like that too. I would love to hear any ideas that you hear.
That looks similar to what happens to mine sometimes. The birds around here tend to know as soon as one of them blushes and they come and either eat the whole thing or peck holes into them. So now, I keep a careful eye on them and AS SOON as they start to blush even a little, I pluck them and bring them in to fully ripen on my counter.
Thanks Abby! I've never seen the wrinkles or the green spots before. This year was really a learning experience for me and I hope my garden is more successful next time around.
For the holes, check for earwigs, they will burrow into tomatoes.