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LOOK: Cubs fan shares photos of Frank Sinatra's Cubs gear

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It’s always nice spending a lazy Sunday perusing a yard sale, or sifting through antiques. But with COVID-19 cases on the rise, those opportunities haven’t been the same this year. So one redditor, TheQuema, shared this cool artifact on the web Sunday morning: Frank Sinatra’s very own Cubs jacket from the 1970s.

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However the coolest bit of this memorabilia may be what Sinatra left in his pockets:

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Sinatra is one of the most famous singers to ever name check the North Siders, as he specifically calls out the “Cubbies” in some recordings of “My Kind of Town.”

As for the value of the jacket, it’s hard to say. But this USA Drinking Team jacket that belonged to Ol' Blue Eyes sold for $35,000 according to Sotheby’s, so there’s a chance it could fetch a pretty penny.