VIDEO: Son of Former Packer Gets Trolled by Bears Fan Teammates at Little League World Series

Zach Brunner

The Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears have a historic rivalry that expands much further than the football field. It trickles out into day-to-day life, other sports and now the Little League World series, where the son of a former Packers player got trolled by his Bears-loving teammates.

The baseball player is Spike Gall, who is the son of former Packers fullback Chris Gall. The fullback struggled to find any traction in the NFL, being cut and signed to the Packers multiple times, as well as making stops in Indianapolis and Kansas City. He even found his way to Chicago's XFL team for a brief period, though he never played for them.

Unfortunately for Spike and the rest of his team, their dreams were cut short in the Great Lakes Regional Final, falling to Bowling Green, Kentucky by a score of 15-6.

The River Forest team will now head home and get ready for the NFL Week 1 matchup between the Packers and Bears, which will kickoff the 2019 NFL season. This will be the 199th meeting between the two historic franchises, with Green Bay holding a narrow 97-95-6 series lead overall.

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