Justin Fields loves showing off Chicago White Sox love
Being the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears is something that earns you a lot of respect in this town. That is becoming a reality for Justin Fields who was selected with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. Now, the Chicago White Sox might have him on their side.
This is a big market that has two Major League Baseball teams playing in it. The Chicago Cubs have a bigger casual fanbase but the die-hard fanbase is pretty evenly split whether people want to admit it or not. Hopefully, they continue to hold Justin Fields on their side.
Of course, when you are a star quarterback in college and become a first-round pick, everyone is going to want you around. Fields attended a White Sox and Cubs game when he first arrived in town last summer. Since then, he seems to be repping the White Sox a lot more.
The latest example of this came on Friday when he did an Instagram live. He was seen wearing a White Sox hat loud and proud. It even got the attention of the Chicago White Sox official Twitter account. It is cool to see someone who is so important to the Bears’ future wearing Sox gear.
Justin Fields loves wearing Chicago White Sox stuff when in the spotlight.
This is just awesome. There is a lot of hope surrounding both Fields and the White Sox. Each of these teams (along with the Chicago Bulls) hopes to bring a lot of joy to this city over the years. There is a lot of reason to be optimistic all around. Each side is clearly going to support each other during the runs.
Fields didn’t have the best rookie season with the Bears in 2021 but there were some flashes of brilliance. He has all of the talents in the world but he needs to be surrounded by good people in order to reach his potential. It was bad with Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace in charge. Now, it is time to move forward.
We can only hope that the White Sox have a season in 2022 and avoid a lockout cancelation. In that case, Justin Fields should be around a fair amount as he gets ready to take the next step in his sophomore season.