The Chicago Cubs pulled out all the stops Wednesday in celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field, inviting the likes of Hall of Famers Ernie Banks, Ferguson Jenkins and Billy Williams, Bears superstars Dick Butkus and Gale Sayers and Commissioner Bud Selig.

Manager Rick Renteria loves the history of Wrigley Field but hoped his players would maintain their focus when they tried to extend their winning streak to three games against the woeful Arizona Diamondbacks.

"It means a lot to everybody," Renteria said. "Hopefully we don’t get too wrapped up in it and focus on playing the game of baseball."

The Cubs rallied for three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and added two more in the sixth. But a three-run lead entering the ninth wasn't enough, as the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied for five runs to seize a 7-5 win.

The Diamondbacks took advantage of two walks by Pedro Strop and an error by shortstop Starlin Castro as Martin Prado hit a grounder that hit the second base bag and caromed into right field for a two-run single.

Strop struck out slugger Paul Goldschmidt before being replaced by left-hander James Russell, but Miguel Montero hit a game-tying single to right field.

Justin Grimm replaced Russell, and Aaron Hill hit a drive down the right-field line that eluded the glove of Justin Ruggiano and bounced away for a two-run triple. Ruggiano hurt his leg while attempting to make a sliding catch and needed medical assistance while leaving the field.

The comeback wiped out Jeff Samardzija's chance at earning his first win of the season.

With the Cubs trailing 1-0, Mike Olt started the a rally in the fifth with a single and moved up on a wild pitch and single by Welington Castillo.

Darwin Barney's bunt scored the tying run, and a throwing error by first baseman Goldschmidt allowed the runners to move up. Samardzija hit a sacrifice fly to give the Cubs a 2-1 lead, and a grounder by Emilio Bonifacio enabled another run to score.