Fan Faces: Images from Wrigley Field, Game 1 of the Cubs vs. Dodgers NLDS

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BY RICCI SHRYOCK Sports Pros(e) Multimedia Correspondent

Freelance photographer/journalist Ricci Shryock is a friend of Sports Pros(e). During Game 1 of the NLDS, Ricci set out to capture the ups and downs of Cubdom throughout Wrigleyville. The following is a sample of what Ricci saw through her lens:(Photo by Ricci Shryock)

Oscar Jauregui, Domenick Cascio and Tony Vivirito celebrate the Cubs’ Mark DeRosa’s two-run homer in the second inning to put the Cubs ahead.(Photo by Ricci Shryock)

Twenty-one year Cascio said he’s been a Cubs fan all his life. He will turn 22 this month, and he says the best birthday present would be a World Series Championship for the Cubs.

(Photo by Ricci Shryock)Cubs fans celebrate early during the first game of the 2008 playoffs. Laura Cline (Bottom-right), said she convinced her husband, Chad Cline (a St. Louis Cardinals fan) to came to Chicago from Bloomington, Ill. to watch the game at The Cubby Bear.

(Photo by Ricci Shryock)

More cheering fans at The Cubby Bear, but the mood quickly shifted when

(Photo by Ricci Shryock)

The Dodger’s James Loney hit a grand slam to help his team take the lead, 4-2.

(Photo by Ricci Shryock)Cubs fans leave Wrigley Field after the first game of the playoffs. The Cubs lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-2.

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