From the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, comes this group of (3) stadium flown flags. One of the great MLB ballparks, the Chicago Cubs home stadium is decked with ivy, and filled with passionate fans who have been packing the place since 1916. Those in attendance during the 1990s, would have noticed these flags flying high above the centerfield scoreboard.
Atlanta Braves 70x35 with red "Braves" letters on blue field, shows moderate soiling, and considerable fraying at the pointed end. Braves boosters can revel in the fact that this flag flew during their favorite team's incredible run of first place finishes;
Montreal Expos 69x30 blue "Expos" letters on white field, shows moderate soiling, and considerable fraying at the pointed end. This one comes with a September 1997 LOA signed by Ogden Services Merchandising Manager Michael Wisniewski, the represented franchise played as the Montreal Expos from 1969-2004, before transitioning into the Washington Nationals;
New York Mets 70x35 blue "New York" letters on orange field, shows moderate soiling and minimal fraying.