The Indians' season may be over, but as fans, our devotion to the team will never waver. One man made that plainly clear Wednesday night in Chicago.
During Game 4 of the National League Championship Series, as the defending champion Chicago Cubs defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 to avoid being swept, TBS cameras panned the crowd at Wrigley Field, and several viewers were amused to see one fan sitting all by himself decked out in Tribe gear.
Talk about Cleveland against the world, seeing as the Indians weren't even playing in the game (and aren't even members of the National League). Tribe fans are now commending the fan for his steadfast support, and even the team itself was asking for assistance to find the "hero."
Please help us find this hero. If you know this young man, @ us. https://t.co/5vjfPesb5E— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) October 19, 2017
Well, with the help of Tribe Nation, the mystery fan has been identified: Henry Haracz, a high school senior at Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois.
That's me! Go Tribe! https://t.co/LcJAB1R6Tz— Henry Haracz (@henryharacz) October 19, 2017
And of course, the Indians gave him a special shout out on Twitter.
Way to keep the faith, Henry!