I live in the far southern suburbs, and in the past, I haven't really paid much attention to this, but this offseason in particular, I will say that the vast majority of people wearing a baseball shirt, hat or jacket have been for the White Sox. I'm not sure if its the disappointing year that we had (afterall, they had one too), but I have felt like such a "minority" this winter when wearing my Cubs hat or Majestic pullover. Did most Cub fans decide to just pack their gear away for the winter or is this how it always is on the southside (i.e. Lockport, Romeoville area), and I just haven't noticed? I never quite put much thought into the "northside" and "southside" split before, since I just kind of always assumed it was more like that back in the early 1900s. If I were to have spent more time further north this offeason, would Cub fans have been more obvious to spot? I'm just curious.