The Cubs' amazing year has given the team's fans a reason to finally celebrate. But it can be bittersweet, especially for second or third-generation fans. For many, their support comes from being a part of a Cubs family, or from going to games with friends.
And it's for that reason that many Cubs fans have begun decorating the graves of family and friends who aren't around to see the Cubs fight for the World Series, reports NPR.
I remember, you know, truth be told, he'd take me out of school sometimes, and we'd sneak over and catch a Cubs game.
Juan Gonzalez was in Maryhill Cemetery, paying respects to his late father, who was another avid Cubs fan.
"My father was a big Cubs fan when he came over here. Yeah, I've been a Cub fan since as long as I can remember," said Gonzalez to NPR.
My professor told my class his brother bought a Cubs flag to put on his parents Graves bc they were big fans and I wanted to cry 😭— Jess ♡ (@Jessicarabbbitt) October 24, 2016
People have taken to social media to share heartwarming stories.
Chicago fans do remember those who left too soon to see the team back in the series.
For more, check out the 60 Second Circa.