One of the most anticipated World Series begins Oct. 25 between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians, and your favorite bands haven't shied away from who they think is going to win.
The Cubs are facing a 108 year World Series win drought, so check out who's supporting them below:
Pete Wentz (Fall Out Boy):
Pete Wentz has never not represented the City of Chicago, and that's spilled over with his love for the Cubs. He's posted his fandom on nearly every social media platform. Each night the Cubs played in the NLCS, Wentz showed either his stress or joy through his Snapchat story.
Ahren Stringer (The Amity Affliction):
One almost didn't even need to watch the MLB Playoffs if you followed Stringer on Twitter, who would constantly post tweets of his thoughts. Stringer also attended the NLCS Game 5 where the Cubs beat the LA Dodgers 8-4.
Cubs go to the WS what a time to be alive
— Ahren Stringer (@stringDTD) October 23, 2016
Kellin Quinn (Sleeping with Sirens):
Kellin Quinn didn't really offer much of an insight on who he was rooting for until the Cubs actually made it to the World Series. It was at that point he decided to call out an Indians fan that will be mentioned later on in our list. Quinn mentioned in a reply to a fan that he's now a Cubs fan because of how close he lives to the Windy City.
Let's go Cubs!! Bring it on @machinegunkelly
— Kellin Quinn (@Kellinquinn) October 23, 2016