The Cubs celebrated the 100th anniversary of Wrigely Field yesterday with a late inning loss to the terrible Diamondbacks, and an epic cake made by "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro that was apparently made out of predomianntly inedible material. Which, is it even a cake at that point?

Happy 100th birthday, Wrigley! @Cubs will celebrate today with 400-pound cake replica of stadium from the Cake Boss. pic.twitter.com/5rVhkTG1XB

That's besides the point. The cake was on display outside all day, and then on its way to the Field Museum in Chicago for the Brick and Ivy Ball.

That plan was scrapped, however, when Wrigley Field employees decided the cake fit really neatly in the dumpster.

Happy 100th birthday, Wrigley! @Cubs will celebrate today with 400-pound cake replica of stadium from the Cake Boss. pic.twitter.com/5rVhkTG1XB

No, they actually decided not serve it since it had been sitting outdoors all afternoon. But the Cubs did not like how the cake in the shape of their legendary home was just sort of left in a trash recepiticle where any redditor, like ChewysDingleberrys, could happen by and snap a photo.

An image of Wrigley Field in a literal trash can may be a bit too much to take on the north side.