A Cubs fan is trying to get rid of his World Series sign on Craigslist

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It’s understandable that Cubs fans may want to forget out the 2015 season came to an end. After a historic regular season, the Cubs were swept out of the NLCS by the New York Mets.

Garbage cans throughout the Chicagoland area were fill with signs and posters cheering on the Cubs and predicting a World Series season. However, one fan decided to recycle the sign, but not in the typical way.

Via Craigslist

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Fortunately for any fan who is looking to take advantage of the free sign, it will hold up just fine next year. The Cubs will be expected to be one of the best teams in the NL even before any offseason moves are made.

The biggest issue for interested customers is the race to get to the north side home. Not only against others interested, but the garbage collectors.

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