Cubs fan trolled Cardinals fans by remotely playing 'Go Cubs Go' on St. Louis jukeboxes
For the duration of the Cubs' four-game NLDS victory over the Cardinals, one of the sports longest-standing rivalries felt brand new again. The teams provided their fair share of fireworks, but the players weren't the only ones bringing their A-game into the postseason. Fans of both teams stepped up in the clutch too.
Like this Cubs fan in Arizona, who spent $50 of his own hard-earned money to purchase credits on a music app so that he could remotely play "Go Cubs Go" on St. Louis-area jukeboxes in the hours leading up to Tuesday's Game 4:
I'm remote playing "Go Cubs Go" at every St. Louis-area bar jukebox. I'm trolling Cardinals fans the RIGHT way. pic.twitter.com/xOHNPgR1q3- Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
Hope all these Cardinals fans like hearing this song. pic.twitter.com/qnvsSxQOLa- Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
Trolling sensitive Cardinals fans is the internet's highest and best use. pic.twitter.com/Ug17XnBSMk- Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
CUBS WIN! Don't think I won't continue to play "Go Cubs Go" on your jukeboxes all winter, St. Louis residents. You've earned it.- Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
Brace yourselves, Mets/Dodgers fans, because this Cubbies fan has already said he's coming' for you next.
Still spiking the football on St. Louis bar jukeboxes. This will be you next, New York or LA. pic.twitter.com/fbIWGGnmXS- Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 14, 2015
h/t CBS Chicago