Cubs think they look hot so they wear wild suits for flight

Flash back to spring, after Cubs manager Joe Maddon met with his „lead bulls“ to discu s team rules for the 2015 season. The biggest topic:what’s acceptable to wear when the team travels.In short, the dre s code is „you have Larry Andersen Jersey to.“MORE: Today’smost fashionable athletes | Top 10 all-time CubsIf you think you look hot, you wear it, Maddon said at the time, smiling. I’ve always rallied against the fact that (the)previous generation really frowns upon non-collared shirts, which I’ve never understood. They’ve always been in favor of the collared shirt and that being more acceptable than the non-collared shirt. I’ve never understood that logic when it comes down to dre s.The $5,000 suit on the airplane ride makes no sense to me.So, no telling what some of the suits cost that the Cubs (17-6) wore Sunday for their flight to Pittsburgh, where they’ll face the second-place Pirates (15-0).But this is abundantly clear: They thought they looked hot.If you look hot, you wear it. Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) May 1, 2016Looking fresh for the flight to Pittsburgh. #LetsGo Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) May 1, 2016Merica! #Roadtrip @Cubs David Ro s (@D_Ro s3) May 1, 2016And they wore it.