Wrigley Field Turns 100 Logo Contest finalists announced


(Photo by Stephen Green)

Wrigley Field has seen its fair share of sporting events over the decades. The historic venue will turn 100 years old during the 2014 season, and throughout March, the Cubs gave fans the opportunity to be part of the celebration.

The Wrigley Field Turns 100 Logo Contest received more than 1,200 submissions from fans with a creative eye, but they’re now down to the final four—and fans get to select the winning design.

The four finalists are Alison from Baltimore, Brad from Algonquin, Ill., Brandon from New Bremen, Ohio, and Daniel from Chicago.

The winning design could become the official logo for the yearlong celebration in 2014. As such, it could be featured on merchandise, showcased around Wrigley Field and even put on the uniforms. The designer and a guest will be flown to Chicago and honored during the logo unveiling.

Fans can vote from now until April 23.

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