Brett Taylor, creator of Bleacher Nation, an increasingly popular Cubs-centric blog, works at his home in Dublin, Ohio on Oct. 13, 2016. Started in late 2008, Bleacher Nation is becoming a niche destination for tens of thousands of fervent #Cubs believers, especially now as the team marches on to what hopefully will be its first World Series in over a hundred years. The 34-year-old Taylor personifies the quintessential entrepreneur, a risk-taker who chucked a safe but unsatisfying profession to pursue a personal craving as his life’s work. There’s a basic incongruity to Taylor’s Cubs connection. He’s never lived in the Chicago area so his formative youth wasn’t spent in Wrigley Field’s sun-kissed seats. Instead, he’s an Ohio native, who as a kid would catch Cubs games on WGN-TV’s cable channel. “I lived my whole life in Ohio. But whatever it is about this team that gets its claws in you …” he said. Photo @maddiemcgarvey for the Chicago Tribune #cubs #chicago #worldseries #nlcs #baseball #blog #bleachernation #ohio
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