CHICAGO -- A steady stream of fans paraded through Daley Plaza Wednesday to view the stature of late Cubs great Ernie Banks.
A crew delivered and installed the statue overnight for a four-day public memorial.
As fans snapped pictures of the statue, Mayor Rahm Emanuel joins Banks' widow to lay a wreath at the statue late Wednesday morning.
Other notables stopped by Daley Plaza to honor "Mr. Cub," including Cubs CEO Tom Ricketts and Cubs super fan, Ronnie "Woo-Woo" Wickers.
The monument was removed from outside Wrigley Field before the renovation project started.
It was taken to Michigan for some restoration work, to get it ready for opening day.
But the statue was sent back after Banks died last Friday.
It will remain in Daley Plaza through Saturday, before it's restored at a later time.