They might have lost, but they raised money for a great cause.
The Cubs and Brewers played two games on Tuesday, even though the official schedule only listed one. Ahead of the official MLB-sanctioned night game, the Cubs’ wives and girlfriends played a charity softball match against the wives and girlfriends of the Brewers players.
The Cubs team — who all sported the classic high socks, nice choice — were raising money for Cubs Charities, and the game raked in over $8,000 (final totals are pending how much was raised on raffle prizes). The funds will be divided between the Brewers and Cubs Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) programs. Find out more about RBI here.
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 12, 2018
While the Brewers’ wives were the ones to claim victory in a 10-3 outing, it seemed like everyone had a blast getting together and participating in a friendly rivalry match-up for a good cause.
Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue