Like many of the Cubs players, this fan can RAKE

SHARE Like many of the Cubs players, this fan can RAKE
SHARE Like many of the Cubs players, this fan can RAKE

Through five games this far in the MLB postseason, the Chicago Cubs have hit 12 home runs.

Kyle Schwarber, Anthony Rizzo, Dexter Fowler and Jorge Soler all have at least two home runs — meaning the Cubs are absolutely raking.

One Cubs fan decided he would follow in the footsteps of his favorite team and do some yard work. Literally.

He even threw in the Jose Bautista bat flip.

That’s not something you’re going to see every day in the neighborhood.

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