Fans gather at Wrigley to say good-bye to ‘Mr. Cub’

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CHICAGO -- Hundreds of fans gathered outside of Wrigley Field to pay their final respects to Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks.

A memorial service was held for Banks’ at 10 a.m. Saturday at Fourth Presbyterian Church.

Following the service, a procession took “Mr. Cub” past his statue at Daley Plaza downtown and Wrigley Field’s famed marquee.

As the memorial procession rolled passed the iconic Wrigley marquee, the crowd of fans cheered, and stretched up their hands to snap a photo and say goodbye.

Many fans had a special story or favorite memory to share about Banks.

WGN-TV’s Sean Lewis spoke with a few of them.

Watch fan interviews in the video player above

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