Dog Of Cubs’ Fan Actively Roots For Indians During World Series Game 7

Cubs versus Indians became Owner versus Dog in this household.

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This Golden Retriever is all about the Indians.
Cari Jorgensen

If you watched Game 7 of the World Series, you know how intense a game it was. Whether you were rooting for the Cleveland Indians or the Chicago Cubs, you were glued to your TV, watching with bated breath… especially when Indians outfielder Rajai Davis tied the game with a home run in the eighth inning.

YouTube user Bearaids was one such fan. So is his dog, George. The dog’s owner is all about the Cubs, which hadn’t won a Series title since 1908. George, however, seems to be an Indians fan.

In a video Bearaids posted of the epic final game, George stands close to the television with a tennis ball in his mouth. He seems to be a true baseball fan. When he sees Davis up to bat, George starts jumping up and down, as if to say, “Come on, you can do it!”

"Come on, Indians!" Via Bearaids/YouTube

“Come on, Indians!” Via Bearaids/YouTube

Then, when Cubs pitcher Aroldis Chapman gets the count at 2-2, George jumps more. He is no doubt as nervous as his owner. When Davis hits the home run, the Golden Retriever continues jumping, seemingly in celebration.

Which, of course, prompts his human to say, “George, stop jumping! We don’t jump for this!”

"Woohoo!" Via Bearaids/YouTube

“Woohoo!” Via Bearaids/YouTube

The video ends before the outcome of the game is shown. We wonder how George reacted to the Cubs winning the World Series.

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