South Bend Cubs owner reflects on record-breaking season
The South Bend Cubs got knocked out of the Midwest League Playoffs Saturday. The Defending champs from West Michigan beat them twice in extra innings to move on.
After an 84 win regular season and a new attendance record, the team can look back on some amazing memories.
"The magic on the field is believing in one’s self,” said Andrew Berlin, South Bend Cubs owner. “There's no question that these guys have the skillsets. And I think that comes from the management – Jimmy Gonzalez and his coaches.
Also…and I don't know if this is the case, but there is a halo effect from the Chicago Cubs,” Berlin continued. “I mean winners beget winners. It's also great to have the South Bend Cubs be the South Bend Cubs. We love this affiliation and we aim to keep it forever."