Photo: Bridgeport Has A Message For The Cubs
By Emma G. Gallegos in Arts & Entertainment on Oct 20, 2015 2:36PM
During 1906 World Series game at West Side Grounds, Chicago Cubs first baseman Frank Chance, slides safely into first as Jiggs Donahue of the Chicago White Sox tries to apply the tag. (Photo by Boston Public Library via the Creative Commons on Flickr)
Officially, the White Sox have offered their congratulations to their crosstown rivals for making it this far in playoff season.
And even one of the most famous White Sox fans has pledged to root for the Cubs:
Congrats @Cubs - even @whitesox fans are rooting for you!— President Obama (@POTUS) October 14, 2015
But not everyone is excited to hop on the Cubs bandwagon. Head to the South Side—where the two official teams are the White Sox and whoever plays the Cubs—and the well wishes aren't quite so warm. A redditor posted this sign he saw in Bridgeport, at the 9th district police building:
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Um, thanks, guys.