Hello Sports Fans! 6 p.m. on May 5 2019, top of the 9th inning as Cubs lead Cardinals 6:5. The Chicago Cubs baseball team went on to win the game against the St. Louis Cardinals just a few minutes later.
This 80-year-old scoreboard uniquely identifies the Wrigley Field baseball stadium and is immediately recognized by most Americans. It is one of only two remaining manually operated baseball scoreboards in the US.
Inside the scoreboard there are three levels of platforms connected by steel staircases and three Cubs employees who manually change the seven pound (15x20 inch) metal plates. There are a total of 344 steel plates for the entire board and because of it's fixed size, it can only show 24 of the 30 MLB teams.
If you'd like to learn more and see his point of view onto the field, refer to the link below.