Fans at Wrigley Field created an absolutely incredible beer snake stretching several rows during the Cubs’ victory over the Cardinals.
Now that fans are welcomed back at Wrigley Field at full capacity, it’s time to celebrate all those great fan traditions.
For instance, the beer snakes are getting bigger and better than ever.
During Sunday’s game between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals, fans came together to produce a work of art and a feat of engineering.
If there’s a Guinness World Record for the longest ever beer snake created at a major league ballpark, that one may deserve it.
More fans means more beer cups to have fun with.
Cubs fans got to celebrate an epic beer snake and a sweep over the Cardinals
The vibe in Chicago should be pretty feel-good right now. The Cubs are on a five-game win streak, including the game on Sunday. Three of those victories came against division rival St. Louis.
Zach Davies helped secure the sweep with a strong start. He pitched 6.2 scoreless innings, giving up just two hits while recording six strikeouts.
Eric Sogard scored the first run of the outing on a fielding error before Anthony Rizzo scored Joc Pederson on a single to right field.
The Cubs have recovered well from a rough road trip when they lost three of four games against the San Francisco Giants. They grabbed two wins out of three against the San Diego Padres, then followed that up with the sweep of the Cardinals. Next up, they have 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 with a 38-27 record.
The Cardinals are going in the opposite direction. They sit 32-33 in fourth place, having lost nine of their last 10 games.