The Ultimate Cubs Social Media Guide
If you're not tweeting about the Cubs, are you really a fan?
Probably, you're just potentially over the age of 30.
One of the greatest things about social media is feeling like you're a part of something, even though you're just playing on your phone.
Sure, you're not going to be at Wrigley Field this weekend, tickets are over $2500. Plus, you're probably not going to be at a nearby bar... because it'll cost you hundreds of dollars just to walk in.
But, you can feel like you're there by playing on social media.
Tweeting, 'gramming, Facebooking, it's all such a fun way to be a part of the larger conversation about the Cubs.
It's way more fun when you know how to tag the players in your posts. This is the unofficial social media guide to our Cubbies, Let's go!
Joe Maddon: @CubsJoeMadd on Twitter
Kyle Hendricks: @kylehendricks28 on Twitter
Kyle Schwarber: @kschwarb12 on Twitter