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Cubs celebrate 100 years at Wrigley Field with new logo

Cubs celebrate 100 years at Wrigley Field with new logo
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Next year, Chicago Cubs players will wear a patch commemorating the club's 100 years at Wrigley Field. The new logo was revealed by the Cubs Thursday on Twitter.

The design should look familiar to Chicago sports history buffs—it's a rendition of the Cubs' 1916 logo. Though the patch celebrates a century of playing at Wrigley, there's no Wrigley Field to speak of on the actual patch.

Let's take a peek:

Prior to finding a home at Wrigley Field, the Cubs roamed the city, playing in five stadiums until finally staying put. Wrigley Field was originally called Weeghman Park, until it was renamed in 1926.

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