Cubs To Mark Wrigley's 100th Year With Contest

Winning logo may be featured at the ballpark, on merchandise and possibly on the team's uniforms

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Wrigley Field is turning 100, and the Chicago Cubs want fans to help commemorate the milestone.

    The home of the Cubs will reach the century mark next year. On Wednesday, the Cubs announced the "Wrigley Field Turns 100 Logo Contest."

    Fans are invited to enter a design to be used as the official logo during a yearlong celebration in 2014. A Cubs spokeswoman says the winning logo may be featured at the ballpark, on merchandise and possibly on the team's uniforms.

    The winner also will receive accommodations in Chicago, a personalized jersey and two tickets to a late-summer home game. They will be honored during an unveiling ceremony before the game.

    Contestants must upload their design entry to the contest website on Cubs.com by Feb. 28.