(CBS) The Cubs’ 107-year World Series drought is well-documented and there’s arguably no more embarrassing team in all of baseball this season than the White Sox, but their fans can take solace in this.

They represent themselves well when it comes to their grammar, spelling and command of the English language.

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As fandom has come to be displayed more and more nowadays via writing on social media, the Wall Street Journal conducted a study that created Grammar Power Rankings of MLB fan bases. The White Sox ranked third in fewest mistakes per 100 words, while the Cubs ranked fourth.

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To get the findings, the Wall Street Journal used an automated proofreading company called Grammarly, which “reviewed 150 reader comments from the news section of each team website — 10,592 total words, on average, per team.”

Indians fans made the fewest grammar mistakes, while the Padres were second. The Mets were found to be the worst, followed by the Phillies.

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For those wondering about the Cardinals — the self-proclaimed best fans in baseball — they were found to have made the 14th-most mistakes per 100 words.