Through all the Cubs' highs and lows the past century, there's been one constant: Wrigley Field. Opened April 23, 1914—known as Weeghman Park before being renamed in April 1926—it's hard to imagine the city without the iconic stadium, aged though it may be.

What was the most memorable moment from Wrigley's first century? We selected our top 16 and seeded them accordingly, and now you take it from here. Voting begins April 4 and continues through April 21. The winner will be announced April 23.