Okay, first in the interests of complete disclosure…
I am a White Sox fan. I don’t hate the Chicago Cubs, I just don’t care for them very much.
Secondly, this post has absolutely nothing to do with the law. But I couldn’t let it go.
As you may know, the Chicago Cubs ran away with the Central Division this year. They won 97 games and more than a few sportswriters in Chicagoland picked them as a lock to finally get back to the World Series[after a brief absence of 100 years]. Unfortunately for the Cubs, things didn’t work out for them. They were swept by the Dodgers in the NLDS three games to zip. So what did the Cubs do after getting swept? According to Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Rick Telander, one or more Cubs took their bats to a large water pipe in the visiting team’s dugout. As a result, the dugout flooded. What a classy group of guys.

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