Funny LOOK: Jon Hamm Trolls Cubs at World Series
Actor Jon Hamm was caught on camera at Game 3 of the World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians wearing a hat that likely upset a number of Cubs' fans, and the images soon went viral.
Hamm, 45, best known as advertising executive Don Draper on the television program 'Mad Men', was not wearing an Indians cap either.
A grinning Hamm was seen thoroughly enjoying the Cubs' 1-0 loss that evening, as he wore his St. Louis Cardinals hat, FOX Sports reported.
— Cut4 (@Cut4) October 29, 2016
Jon Hamm wearing a Cardinals hat to the Cubs first home World Series game goes into the Petty Hall of Fame pic.twitter.com/f2enkVMGCp
— Ryan Rosenblatt (@RyanRosenblatt) October 29, 2016
A St. Louis native, Hamm is known to be a super fan of his hometown team.
It may have been simple coincidence that Hamm wore his Cardinals' cap, but during the regular season, the Cubs and Cards are bitter rivals.
And, judging by the internet's reaction, Hamm's hat choice caused a stir nonetheless.
One sportswriter pointed out that the logo on Hamm's hat dates back to the early 1900's, the last time the Cubs won the World Series.
This is the St. Louis Cardinals logo from 1900 to 1919. Next-level trolling. https://t.co/rjaicTnB2K
— Joon Lee (@iamjoonlee) October 29, 2016
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