This is amazing. Well, unless you’re a Chicago Cubs fan. In that case, shield your eyes, cause Jon Hamm is totally trolling your team! Jon, a huge St. Louis Cardinals fan, wore a cap representing his team to the first World Series game the Cubs have hosted since 1945. Ouch! See him sticking out at Wrigley Field, right here.
On Oct. 28, when the Chicago Cubs were celebrating hosting their first World Series game since 1945, Jon Hamm, 45, was busy thinking up the best way to represent his team, the St. Louis Cardinals, who didn’t make to the World Series this year. And, boy, did he come up with a good one. Jon wore a Cardinals cap to the game at Wrigley Field, a game thousands and thousands of Cubs fans would have died to have gone to. Abuse of power? Maybe.
While fans were waking up at the crack of dawn just to watch the game at nearby bars, Jon got the chance to chill in the stadium and represent a team that wasn’t even playing. And the look on his face while he was doing it was just priceless. But, the best part about the dig was that it was actually two parts! While Jon did wear a Cardinals cap to the Cubs’ World Series game, he specifically wore one with the Cardinals logo that the St. Louis team used from 1900-1919. It’s significance? That was the last time the Cubs actually won the World Series. Oh, snap!
When you see what Jon did you might think he must really hate that team if he’s willing to stick out like a sore thumb at their big game. And, with tickets going for thousands of dollars, for Jon to pay money just to troll another team does kinda go to show just how much he loves his own team. But, then again, the Cubs have more than enough of their own fans to get them through the World Series. We’re looking at you, Bill Murray!
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