The Cubs have been the subject of plenty of controversy in recent years, as fans have taken to the Internet to criticize their ticket prices, as well as to criticize the franchise for its perceived lack of support for the local economy.
On the one hand, the team has been very successful, and the Cubs are the franchise that has supported local businesses the most.
However, the Cubs franchise is still the second largest in the National League behind the Cardinals, and that has led to the team being heavily scrutinized for its relationship with the local community.
For fans, the most controversial part of the franchise’s history has been the Cubs’ history of poor attendance, and they’ve been quick to point out that their attendance has been better than the average MLB team’s.
Fans have also been quick, and seemingly in full agreement, to criticize both the Cubs and the league’s decision to not make the team’s logo more prominent on the home plate of the stadium.
When fans are given an opportunity to express their displeasure at the team, they tend to do so in a variety of ways.
Some fans are extremely vocal, while others tend to have a softer tone and less anger.
For instance, some Cubs fans have posted pictures of their disappointment with the team on social media, and many have even started to call for a boycott of the team.
Others, however, have opted for a less vocal approach, with fans sharing a message that they were “not upset” with the Cubs, but instead, were “excited to watch the team.”
The latest controversy comes to light when Cubs fans began posting pictures of themselves wearing shirts that read “CABO,” the Cubs logo.
“CABOs” are the official team colors of the Chicago Cubs, which are green and yellow with a white border around the “O.”
The Cubs’ official Twitter account did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Some Cubs fans took to social media to express support for their team, and others took to their own social media accounts to criticize them.
Many of the tweets that have been shared on social platforms have been supportive of the Cubs fans, but some have also criticized the team for not giving their fans an opportunity for a free ticket.
Some of the posts have also expressed support for Cubs fans’ decision to boycott the team if the team does not change their policy.
Others have also gone as far as to mock the fans, and mock the team in general, including using the hashtag #CABosSucks.
While the team is still not the most popular team in the league, they do have a fan base that has taken to social networks to share their frustrations with the franchise.