Former Blackhawks forward takes batting practice at Wrigley Field

SHARE Former Blackhawks forward takes batting practice at Wrigley Field
SHARE Former Blackhawks forward takes batting practice at Wrigley Field

Even though the Blackhawks traded Brandon Bollig to the Calgary Flames in 2014, the former Blackhawks forward still likes attending baseball games at Wrigley Field.

Before the Cubs-Giants game on Friday, Bollig took some swings in the batting cage.

Bollig, a St. Charles, Mo. native, must have lost a bet because the Cardinals fan is wearing a Cubs jersey.

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