Contreras’s bat isn’t the only reason Cubs fans love him. His temperament is what separates him from everyone else on the team.
The song itself dates as far back as 1908 when it was written by Jack Norworth, but nothing holds a candle to how it’s embraced at Wrigley.
Okay, so maybe my previous post regarding the Cubs being “back” might have been a little premature, and the shade that I threw at the entire town of Cincinnati for their chili might be deemed unwarranted for some.
Since their rocky 3-8 start, the Cubs are throttling Major League Baseball as they boast a 20-6 record since April 11th. Timely hitting and great pitching has been the recipe for their success, and they are showing no signs of slowing down in the immediate future.
Willson Contreras gave the Cubs their third walk-off win of the week