White Sox and Cubs fans use proper grammar

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A baseball fan holds a sign for Chicago Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo before a baseball against the Cincinnati Reds Saturday, June 13, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

The world’s leading automated proofreader, Grammarly, took the 150 most recent comments from the White Sox and Cubs’ official websites containing at least 50 words to find the average number of errors.

The Cleveland Indians fans make the least amount of grammar mistakes (3.6) per 100 words, but the White Sox and Cubs fans aren’t far behind.


The White Sox and Cubs both rank in the top five among all the MLB teams with less than six grammar errors per 100 words.

Grammarly checks 250 types of spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.

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