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Cubs Twitter Releases Heartfelt Thank You Video to Fans

Devon Platana
The Chicago Cubs Twitter account has released a heartfelt 'Thank You' video to their fans.
The Chicago Cubs Twitter account has released a heartfelt 'Thank You' video to their fans. / AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast

As the 2022 MLB regular season enters the final days, the Chicago Cubs will miss the playoffs for the third time in four seasons. While shortcomings like this can often test a fanbase, Cubs fans continue to stick with their team through the highs and the lows.

In honor of their fanbase's support over the last six months, the Cubs thank their fans in the form of a heartfelt tribute video on Friday. You can immediately tell how much the support means to the organization as Chicago's Twitter account dedicates the post to "the best fans in baseball."

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The 'Thank You' video opens up with an insane drone shot of Chicago from several stories in the air. The zone then zips around Wrigley Field's neighboring streets, showcasing Cubs fans around the vicinity preparing for another game.

The drone eventually reaches the top of Wrigley Field, dipping and dodging around steel beams and even the foul pole. It even makes its way into the Cubs locker room, following outfielder Seiya Suzuki out of the dugout and into a fully-packed Wrigley Field before a "Thank You, Fans" message appears on the screen.

The Cubs may have come up short this season, but their future looks bright. Young players like Suzuki and Nico Hoerner are making their mark, while top prospects like Brennen Davis, Jordan Wicks and Ben Brown could give the club a boost as early as next season.

The good news is that the Cubs' final six games are against the lowly rival Cincinnati Reds — including three at Wrigley Field. Chicago has won five of its last eight games against Cincinnati, so there's a good chance that David Ross' team can end the season on a high note.

Now that would be the perfect 'Thank You' gift for Cubs fans.

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