Cubs fans are famously known as some of the best in the world. This can directly be discovered by the fact that people of all attend games religiously, no matter win or lose. Unlike Chicago White Sox fans, Cubs fans never quit on their team and will watch games like its the last one they'll ever see.
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- One of the original National League teams
- Mostly known for their long World Series drought (101+ years)
- The first team to appear in back-to-back World Series (1906-1908)
- The first team to win back to back World Series (1907-1908)
- Biggest rivals are the Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Cardinals
- Have played in the same ballpark since 1916, longer than all teams except the Boston Red Sox
- 1st team to win 10 000 games playing in a single city (2nd team to win 10 000 games overall, after the New York/San Francisco Giants)
- Loyalty: Cubs
- Knowledge: Undecided
- Tradition: Cubs
- History: Cubs
- Sheer numbers: Cubs
- Consistent winners: Sox (i don't know if it's good or bad)
- Die-hard fans: Too close to call; Cubs a slight edge, maybe.
- Fair-weather fans: Sox have more.
- Bandwagon fans: Cubs have too many.
- Passion: Can't call
Overall: The Cubs have the better fan community aside from all of the bandwagon jumpers. That is not to say that Sox fans are not true baseball fans (aside from the whole DH thing, but that's another story).
John: No they aren't
John: Hey Bret, I heard the Cubs won the World Series
Bret: Yeah! What now bitch!
2. A team that has not won the World Series since 1908. (n)
3. A team that blames their misfortunes on a goat. (n)
4. A team that blamed a 2003 Game 6 loss on a fan rather than their manager and players. (n)
5. A team whose fans think that they will win the World Series before the season begins, but loses their thinking after they see their team on the bottom of the division 10 days after the season starts. (n)
6. A team whose fans do not know the game of baseball, but attend games to get intoxicated. (n)
-A Chicago Cubs fan ordered another beer and asked a fellow game attendee what the score was.