Wrigley Field will not be the home of the Major League Baseball All-Star game for the 2014 season as Chicago Cubs’ Chairman Tom Ricketts originally hoped for, but that does not mean the team does not have plans in store for what will be the 100 year anniversary of Wrigley Field.
The Cubs announced on Wednesday morning an opportunity for one lucky Cubs’ fan to have an imprint on the history of Wrigley Field as well as the Cubs. The opportunity will come in the form of the contest that will be conducted on the Chicago Cubs official website. The contest, that will run through today until February 28, enables fans to submit a potential logo to memorialize the 100 year anniversary of Wrigley Field. The winning design will be displayed throughout Wrigley Field during the 2014 season.
The artist behind the design will receive two tickets to the game on the day of the unveiling in addition to a personalized 2014 Cubs’ jersey.