What the Hell, Cubs Fans?

Chicago Cubs fans… are eternally optimistic.  At least that’s what we claim to be.  It’s supposedly written in our very DNA.  We are unapologetically loud, boisterous, jovial, and sometimes drunk off our asses in our support.  We’ll get ’em every next year for the past hundred years.  Well guess what, next year finally came this year.  This is very likely the best team we’ve fielded in the past 100 years.  So I wanna know Cub fans… Just where in the hell was all that optimism last night?!

We’re not the pre-2004 Red Sox, whose fate it seemed was to always fall just short.  We’ve hardly even had a sniff of success since World War II.  We’re playing with house money regardless of how great the talent that’s been assembled this year is.  So just what in the Dodger blue hell gives us the right to get so deflated and lose faith after a grand slam goes against us only halfway through a game?!?  I mean, good grief, we were only down 4-2!  It was so quiet the second half of the game you would’ve thought Charlie Haas was wrestling.

We’re Chicago Cubs fans goddammit!!  We’re eternal optimists!  So if we fall behind early in game two, y’all at the game better start making some noise like never before.  This is no time to clam up or give up.  When it’s go time, it’s time to MAN UP!!  We’re the wildest, loudest, rowdiest fans in all of baseball, and when it’s crucial to get loud and support our team, you fold up like you just got Suplex’d on your heads?!  Oh hells no!  That will simply not be tolerated.  EVER!

Few things are more pathetic than last night’s display of hypocrisy.  It is unacceptable for fans of any team, let alone THIS team, to tuck tail like that.  Regardless of whether or not it makes a difference, whether or not we had a chance last night (which we did!), you HAVE to keep cheering to the bitter end if you are a real fan of the Chicago Cubs.  There are no more next years.  THIS IS OUR YEAR.  So start acting like it.

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One thought on “What the Hell, Cubs Fans?

  1. theNimrod says:

    it was weird watching that game last night. it was a thick disquiet, like the fans were just waiting for something bad to happen.

    I agree with your analysis. You can’t expect your team to get pumped if you’re sitting on your sweaty palms. The fans completely blew home field advantage you guys. They may as well have played that game in texas or arizona.

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