Dead Goat Found Hanging Outside Wrigley Field

Today marks the 101st straight Opening Day at Wrigley Field in Chicago in which the Cubs won’t be raising a banner that says “World Champions” on it, and as we are all well aware, it’s because the Cubs are cursed. Seriously, they have to be. I mean, how else could you explain the fact that it’s raining outside in Chicago right now and that the odds are pretty good the game may be rained out? A high pressure system colliding with a low pressure system? Please! Keep your science to yourself, Nerdlinger. It’s the curse.

Okay, so I know that’s a bunch of crap. There’s no such thing as curses, but there are plenty of Cub fans around the world that do believe in them, and these people are idiots.  They believe that the Cubs haven’t won a World Series because they wouldn’t let a goat into Wrigley Field many many moons ago. These same morons do things every year to try and reverse this non-existent curse, and early this morning those morons latest attempt included hanging a dead goat from the Harry Caray statue outside Wrigley Field.

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Dead Goat Carcass Hung Outside Wrigley Field In Apparent Cubs Curse Reversal

DEAD GOAT HUNG ON HARRY TO HELP REVERSE CUB CURSE: Some Cubs fans have taken this billy goat curse thing a little too far:

goat carcass Harry Caray statue

HOME RUN DERBY has the gruesome discovery of a dead goat hung on the Harry Caray statue outside of Wrigley Field. Chicago police cut down the carcass, which seems to be the latest and most bizarre attempt at reversing the curse.The nuttiness began in 1945, when bar owner Billy Sianis had two seats to Game 4 of the World Series and brought along his pet goat. Although the pair were let in, Sianis and friend were soon booted out by orders of the team owner. The enraged tavernkeeper then supposedly levied the curse, telling the team they would never win the World Series again.

The Cubs went on to lose Game 4, and the series - and haven’t been back to the championships since.

Billy Goat curse Cubs

The problem with the dead goat delivery to 1060 W. Addison is that it goes against the apparent curse cure. Sianis’ nephew Sam has said that the real cure would be the Cubs showing “a true sincere fondness for goats,” not just using them as a publicity ploy - or killing them.Then again, it may have been a White Sox fan who hung the goat gizzards, hoping to extend the North Siders’ misery.

Either way, PETA isn’t going to be pleased.