A Sexy Clubwear quick guide for the wannabe Cubs fan

For non-natives, Sexy Clubwear Chicago Cubs fans seem absolutely out of their minds. Rooting for a team that hasn't won the World Series for more than 100 years? No, thanks.

But with the wild card play-in game looming Wednesday, Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie a real shot at the Series doesn't seem so far-fetched, say some Cubs fans who are itching to tell their haters "I told you so!"

"I didn't drive all the way from Indianapolis to see them lose," said Calla Keith, 68, who was in town to attend a recent game. "They're going to win the whole thing."

Some may choose to ignore all the hype, but for those who want to join in, here are 10 things you should know in order to jump into one of the most patient and passionate sports fandoms around:

1. The Cubs have not won a World Series in a long time. A "long time" meaning 107 years.

2. And no pressure, but if the Cubs don't win Wednesday's one-game playoff against the Pittsburgh Pirates — season over. Hello 2016.

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3. Theo Epstein, the president, is one of the youngest executives in Major League Baseball. He helped the Boston Red Sox break their 86-year drought. The question is whether he can do the same for the Cubs.

4. Joe Maddon, the manager, is known for his unconventional ways, like batting the pitcher eighth and shuffling starters to different positions.

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6. Hate the Chicago White Sox aka "The Other Team" but hate the St. Louis Cardinals more. "I don't even look at because my retinas will burn out of the side of my head," Keith said. That's the spirit; take that and multiply for the Cards.

7. Professional baseball seems to be riddled with lame mascots, but only a very special person would think that a pantsless bear named Clark is the way to represent passion, skill and ferocity. At least the kids like him. Selfie away.

8. Cubs fans are generational, so don't be surprised to find three or four generations of one family decked out head to toe in Cubs gear.

9. The Curse of the Billy Goat. Even fans think it's stupid. Yet, somehow, it's the cause of all the Cubs' woe. Some believe the curse was placed on the team when Billy Sianis, owner of the Billy Goat Tavern, was kicked out of Wrigley Field in 1945 because he brought his pet goat to a game and fans complained about its smell.

10. And talk about superstitious: Wednesday's playoff game starts at 7:08 p.m., which in military time is 1908 — the year the Cubs last won a World Series.

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