Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs are playing their own version of Fog Bowl

Looks like the Cubs are on the field (courtesy @Cubs via Twitter)

Looks like the Cubs are on the field
(courtesy @Cubs via Twitter)

Most sports fans remember the infamous NFC Division Playoff game on New Years Eve 1988 between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears in which fog rolled in off of Lake Michigan, wreaking havoc on fans watching the game, announcers trying to call it, and even referees trying to sort out the action.  Same Lake, different sport.  The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs are currently mired in a foggy mess on the North Side of Chicago at Wrigley Field.  Best told in a video and a series of tweets by Chicago Cubs beat writers writers Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune and Carrie Muskat of MLB.com as well as fans and other media:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courtesy MLB.com

-David Whitlock  (@lhd_on_sports)

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