In the hours ahead of the decisive game four for the NLDS, a Cubs fan who goes by Clue Heywood on Twitter, and lives in Arizona, pranked Cardinals fans. Hoowee, he pranked them hard. Using a jukebox app, the kind that let you pick a song from the bar's Whurlitzer, he plunked down $50 worth of "Go Cubs Go" by Steve Goodman at various bars throughout the St. Louis area.
I'm remote playing "Go Cubs Go" at every St. Louis-area bar jukebox. I'm trolling Cardinals fans the RIGHT way. pic.twitter.com/xOHNPgR1q3— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
And, apparently, it worked.
CUBS WIN! Don't think I won't continue to play "Go Cubs Go" on your jukeboxes all winter, St. Louis residents. You've earned it.— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) October 13, 2015
[Image Credit: Getty Images - please note the guy in the picture, David Lee Cook, is not the guy living in Arizona that pulled the prank.]