04/23/2014 02:23 pm ET | Updated Apr 24, 2014

A 400-Pound Cake Is The Best Way To Celebrate Wrigley Field's 100th Birthday (PHOTOS) [UPDATED]


What better way to celebrate Wrigley Field's 100th birthday than a 400-pound cake? In honor of the milestone, Buddy Valastro of the famous TLC reality show "Cake Boss" made a massive cake in the shape of the famous stadium.

I'm so honored to make Wrigley Field's 100th birthday cake! Time to celebrate @Cubs style baby!#WrigleyField100

— Buddy Valastro (@CakeBossBuddy) April 23, 2014

And here it is. The 400-lb. Wrigley Field birthday cake:

— Danny Ecker (@DannyEcker) April 23, 2014

A couple more shots of the Wrigley cake. 4x5 feet, took 4 people 6 days to make:

— Danny Ecker (@DannyEcker) April 23, 2014

The #WrigleyField100 Cake Boss creation from @CarlosBakery has arrived, and it is cool.

— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) April 23, 2014

Anyone else hungry?

(H/T Bleacher Report)

UPDATE Well, the cake ended up in a dumpster after the celebration.

400lb edible cake #WrigleyField tossed in dumpster after #WrigleyField100 anniversary. #appropriate #Cubs #CakeBoss

— Bloggers To Be Named (@Bloggers2BNamed) April 24, 2014

The Cubs released a statement saying they were "disappointed" in the handling of the cake. Via

"The Chicago Cubs are disappointed in how our Wrigley Field display cake was disposed by the Field Museum following our successful charity event. The team made a decision not to serve the edible portion after the cake was on display outside Wrigley Field for most of the day. Though the cake was mostly made up of non-edible material, it certainly does not excuse how a celebratory cake artfully created by Buddy Valastro and Carlo’s Bakery was handled."