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The Chicago Cubs and Colorado Rockies decided to pass the time during their game on Thursday by spelling out their team names with cups in the dugout fences.

By Extra Mustard
August 01, 2014

The Chicago Cubs and Colorado Rockies found a new way to pass the time during their Thursday afternoon game at Wrigley Field, writing their team names out using the ubiquitous Gatorade cups pushed into the chain link fences in front of the dugout.

The edge goes to the Cubs, who at least bothered to spell out their full team name. Plus, they won the actual baseball game, 3-1.

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Also, if the people actually playing in a baseball game are bored, isn't that a sign that the MLB should try and speed the games up a little bit?

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-Brendan Maloy

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