Cubs Fans Remain Hopeful For A Game 4 Win In San Francisco

(CBS) —  Cubs fans are remaining hopeful that their team can clinch while away in San Francisco for Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series on Tuesday evening.

CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports the pregame crowds are a little thinner now. There’s not as much Cubbie blue outside AT&T Park  in San Francisco yet, but Joe Selders isn’t deterred after the Cubs lost 6-5 in 13 innings on Monday night.

“We did a lot of screaming last night,” he said.

Of Game 3 on Monday, he said, “It was sad.”

But will he be there Tuesday?

“Yes,” he said.

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Other Cubs fans still meandering their way to the ballpark are still proud to show their team colors.

The Game 4 matchup now takes on a new urgency for Cubs fans. In San Francisco, many in orange are certainly Giants lovers but also not Cubs haters.

“Let’s go Cubs! Share the love,” some said.

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