This letter may be a bit delayed but this is my response to Luke
Cornish’s article, “Cubs fans, none of them are really worth that
This weekend I attended Game four of the Chicago Cubs playoffs
at Wrigley Field. It was by far one of the most amazing experiences
in my life and I owe it all to Cubs fans.
I have been raised a Cubs fan because my mother grew up in
Chicago and being a Cubs fan just runs in my family. The fans at
Wrigley on Saturday were indescribable because you just had to be
there to know how incredible they are.
That’s the beauty of being a fan of any sport though, being
there for your team through the ups and downs. The Cubs have talent
and determination but what truly carries them through is their
But wait…what was this about the Cubs getting knocked out in
the first round? I somehow missed that point while watching on TV
tonight the cheering of the massive Cubs fan crowd as the Cubbies
took Game five from the Braves.
Although it was Luke Cornish’s opinion, next time he decides to
write an article, he should think of a good supporting argument to
back up his claims, like Holly Lindquist pointed out already.
All I can say now is: GO CUBS!
junior, technical journalism