Our guide to staying connected to the Chicago Cubs
The apps, the tweets, the snaps all Chicago Cubs fans should know about
Whether you've been a die-hard Cubs fan for a lifetime or just realized maybe you care about this team, we know you're craving nonstop updates on the march toward World Series heaven.
Of course the Daily Herald is bringing you Cubs news at dailyherald.com/cubs, and we think following @BruceMiles2112 on Twitter and at www.facebook.com/bruce.miles.9 on Facebook is the best way to go. You can sign up for our e-newsletter at dailyherald.com/newsletters.
But in case that's not enough, here's a guide to our favorite ways to track the Cubs.
Cubbie Tracker: Free app with stories, the latest on the weather, stats, traffic reports and trivia games. Best thing about it: Push notifications on scores so you can stay up to date when you can't watch the game.
MLB at Bat: The official app of Major League baseball with push notifications, video, stories, stats (with $2.99 monthly subscription). Best thing about it: A version that's optimized for your Apple Watch.
Official Cubs account: @Cubs
Fans, fun and stats:
@paytonsun (Yes, Walter Payton's son is a Cubbie fan)
Official Cubs page: https://www.facebook.com/Cubs
Fan community pages:
On both Facebook and Twitter, search #FlyTheW, #Cubs or #LetsGo to quickly find Cubs news and conversations.
The official Cubs Instagram account is https://instagram.com/cubs/. Or look for photos under #Cubs or #WrigleyField.
Bonus tip: Parking
BTW, if you are lucky enough to be heading down to Wrigley for a game, check out SpotHero's app. It will help you find parking for a decent price and let you reserve spots from your phone.