Bleed Cubbie Blue? Support Your Team with Your Checks!

By Alan Plastin

Go Cubs! Even though Hayley's comet has been spotted two times since the Cubs won a World Series, the Chicago Cubs continue to be one of professional baseball's most beloved teams. They have tremendously dedicated fans that are faithful to the heart. If you, yourself, are a fan and "bleed Cubbie blue" then to show your pride in your favorite team you might want to consider buying Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball personal checks.

The Chicago Cubs have carried the name since 1902. They are sometimes referred to as "the boys in blue" or, by devoted fans, simply the "cubbies." Red and blue are the official colors, hence the "bleeding cubbie blue" and the certified Cub mascot is a young bear cub, which has gone through a variety of makeovers over the years.

Everyone knows that the Cubs call Wrigley Field their home. The first National League game was held at Wrigley Field on April 20, 1916. At that point in time, the Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-6 in 11 innings. Most notably, a bear cub made an appearance at that game.

While other baseball teams were busy installing lights on their field, the Chicago Cubs were actually one of the last do so. Were they out of touch with the times? No, not exactly. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, in 1941 P.K. Wrigley donated the recently purchased lighting equipment to the War Department.

The Chicago Cubs baseball checks feature the team's logo inscribed over a baseball diamond in the team's colors of blue and red. A bright red baseball "seamed" pattern borders these attractive checks. When you carry your new checks, everyone is going to know you're a fan as soon as you take out your checkbook.

You might want to think about investing in a coordinating checkbook cover if you would like to shield your new Chicago Cubs personal checks. Additionally, you can purchase other matching accessories like the matching address labels, contact cards, and stickers.

Visiting your local bank, sorting through the limited stock of selections, shelling out an excessive amount of money, and then waiting two weeks for your checks to turn up could be problematic at best in the past. Now, though, you can avoid all of that and just buy your checks on the internet.

Many safe, reliable websites are available to purchase your checks from. These will let you order your personal checks and even save you up to 50% off of what you might have paid at your local bank. Furthermore, the good thing about buying online is that as well as not having to leave your home to buy them and saving money at the same time, you will also have a wider collection of checks to decide from.

When ordering your checks online, you will need to know your checking account number, as well as your routing number. These will be put directly on your checks. You can expect to receive your checks in the mail in about 5 days. - 31382

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