Back in the day I went to a number of Cubs games with my Canon FTb equipped with a telephoto lens.
The camera looked like this:
The lens looked something like the one below. It's a fixed focal length of 400 mm, no zoom.
The whole setup was very heavy and cumbersome.
After all these years I thought it would be fun to share some of my pictures here. Keep in mind that this was back in the days of film and the photos were scanned on my $50 scanner. Hopefully they look OK. Click to enlarge them.
One of the things that makes Wrigley Field special is the old manual scoreboard. Here are three pictures from the same game as the Perez-LaCock from the previous post.
Here's a nice look at the scoreboard taken during the Cub's half of the second inning. I'll confess to not knowing off the top of my head who #20 was. The good news is, there are already three runs in.
I have to blame the bad framing on this one on the long lens. Note that this must be a weekday as all the other games are "being played under the lights."