Monday, January 13
(Chicago, IL) -- For the first time in modern team history, the Chicago Cubs have an official mascot. The team unveiled "Clark" on Monday, describing him as a young, friendly Cub who wears his baseball hat backwards and will greet fans as they enter Wrigley Field. The mascot is named after the intersection of Clark and Addison where the ballpark resides. The Cubs say Clark is the great-grandbear of Joa, the team's original live bear mascot in 1916.