Wrigley Field fans created an absolutely incredible beer snake that stretched several rows when the Cubs beat the Cardinals.
With fans welcome to Wrigley Field, it’s time to celebrate these great fan traditions.
For example, beer snakes are bigger and better than ever.
During Sunday’s game Chicago cubs and St. Louis Cardinals, fans came together to produce a work of art and an engineering feat.
If there’s one Guinness World Record that has been the longest-running beer snake ever produced in a major league pelota court, it’s worth it.
More fans want more glasses of beer to have fun.
Fans of the cub had to celebrate an epic beer snake and a sweep over the Cardinals
The atmosphere in Chicago should feel pretty good right now. The Cubs are in a five-game winning streak, including Sunday’s game. Three of those victories came against a St. Louis-level opponent.
Zach Davies helped secure the sweep with a strong start. He scored 6.2 points and delivered just two shots while recording six strikers.
Eric Sogard made his first run of the field due to a mistake on the field by Anthony Rizzo who introduced Joc Pederson on the right.
The cubs have recovered well from a grueling road trip when they lost three of their last four games against the San Francisco Giants. They scored two of three wins against the San Diego Padres, followed by a sweep of the Cardinals. Below is a four-game series with the New York Mets.
As it stands, they are tied with the Atlanta Brewers at the top of the NL Central, 38-27.
The Cardinals are going in the opposite direction. They are 32-33 in fourth place, having lost nine of their last 10 games.