Super Lawyers
William C. Altreuter

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Per Joe Posnanski:
[A]fter every victory, the Chicago Cubs raise a W flag to commemorate the win. This tradition began so that people passing by on the El train would know that the Cubbies had won.

What you may not know -- what I didn't know, sadly, until Cubs announcer Len Kasper filled me in -- is that the Cubs actually raise an L flag to commemorate losses. Every loss. They do this for the same sensible reason, to let people on the trains know the Cubs lost.

I think that is just terrific.

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