Without question Wrigley Field is one of the most significant and historic stadiums in all of professional sports.  It is a stadium that every sports fan should attend during their lives.  In honor of the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field I decided to post some pictures from my experience there for the Cubs vs. Braves game.

No trip to Wrigley Field is complete with a trip on Chicago's famed L train. (photos by Brandon Cohn)
The famed rooftop seating at Wrigley.
A view from behind home plate.
A view of the game from the Iceman's seats.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of Wrigley the Cubs created a series of unique hot dogs called 'decade dogs'  this season.  This is the extremely tasty Ruben dog.
Banners outside of Wrigley Field showing the different Cubs logos over the years.
It is quite noticeable that Wrigley Field was built in 1914 based on these community sinks in the restroom.
The L train tracks at the Addison stop. (Wrigley Field)
The 7th inning stretch.