Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Matt Szczur is set to hit free agency after spending a year and a half with the San Diego Padres, but his heart is clearly still with his former team in the Windy City.
Szczur, who hit one home run and drove in six RBI for the Padres last season, took to social media to show off his Halloween costume, which should look very familiar to Cubs fans:
Judging by the patch on his right sleeve, the jersey is from early in the 2017 campaign, when he was traded by the Cubs to the Padres. Szczur was also passing out full sized candy bars, so he earns definite brownie points for that.
Szczur will certainly catch on with a team in the coming year, and the Cubs could always invite him to spring training depending on what moves they make in free agency.