Wrigley Field turned 100 years old on Wednesday, and the Chicago Cubs celebrated in a variety of ways. The one that got the most attention across the internet was the 400-pound birthday cake the team put on display outside the ballpark. The cake, which was a Wrigley Field replica, was created by Carlo’s Bakery. If you have watched “Cake Boss,” you are probably familiar with Carlo’s.
The 4-foot by 5-foot cake was reportedly created by four people and took six days to complete. Talk about a keeper, right? Wrong. The person who was supposedly in charge of disposing of the massive cake posted several photos of it on Reddit after the game. It wound up dismantled and in a dumpster: