- Jesse Rogers, ESPN Staff Writer
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CHICAGO -- The Chicago Cubs will hold a logo contest for their 2014 season to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Wrigley Field, the team announced on Wednesday.
"Millions of fans have enjoyed historic moments at Wrigley Field for almost a century, including Chicago Cubs and Bears games, college football, hockey, ski jumps, concerts and more," senior director of marketing Alison Miller said in a statement. "The 'Wrigley Field Turns 100 Logo Contest' gives our fans throughout the country a chance to commemorate these special memories, whether they're a 13-year-old student or a professional graphic designer.
"We're excited to see our fans' creativity and look forward to showcasing the winning design throughout the 2014 season."
The winner will receive tickets to a game this summer for the unveiling as well as a personalized 2014 jersey. Fans can upload an original design for a logo by Feb. 28 at 11:59 p.m. CST. A group of finalists will be posted to www.cubs.com for fan voting in April. For more information go to www.cubs.com/logocontest.