White Sox fan Frank Kaminsky wears Bartman Cubs jersey to game in Chicago
The Hornets big man is now a hero to White Sox fans everywhere
Charlotte Hornets big man Frank Kaminsky is a Chicago White Sox fan through and through. Kaminsky, who is from Lisle, Illinois, hates the Chicago Cubs and is not about to start supporting them just because they're alive in the MLB playoffs. On Monday, he showed up to the Hornets' game against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center wearing a Cubs jersey with "Bartman" on the back. He also apparently wore it in Wrigleyville on Sunday, according to CSN Chicago.
Frank Kaminsky does not want the Cubs to win. Wearing a Bartman jersey pic.twitter.com/DvuJiZ4466— ⓂarcusD2.0 (@_MarcusD2_) October 18, 2016
Steve Bartman, of course, is the fan who famously interfered with a foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, preventing a Cubs catch and setting the stage for a historic playoff collapse, as immortalized in the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary Catching Hell. Kaminsky is making a strong, hilarious statement here.
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