Cubs catcher David Ross, aka Grandpa Rossy, has reached legendary status this season. He has his own fan-run Instagram account, he became the oldest Cub to homer in a postseason game during the NLDS and Eddie Vedder dedicated the seventh-inning stretch to him during Game 5 of the World Series.
So, on Halloween night, one young North Sider fan paid tribute to the ancient, timeworn 39-year-old:
The cane, the beard, the forearm cheat sheet! Spot. On. John Lackey's son also paid tribute to the Fall Classic contenders -- dressing up as one of his favorite Cubs: Um, Kris Bryant.
Happy Halloween from The Lackey'a Little Bo Peep, her sheep, big bad wolf who want to eat her sheep......and Kris Bryant!!! pic.twitter.com/AwvsUvizaq- Kristina Lackey (@klackey33) October 31, 2016
While Jake Arrieta's daughter became the team's No. 1 cheerleader.
Grandpa Rossy, himself, spent the afternoon with Jon Lester and is that Ryan Dempster?
Can the costumes inspire the Cubs to an epic World Series comeback? Tune in to FOX for Game 6 on Tuesday (7:30 p.m. ET air time l 8 p.m. game time).