What a wonderful season for the Cubs. Thirteen of the Cubs players have publicly thanked the fans for the great season.
What a year. Thank you for everything Cubs fans
— Kyle Hendricks (@kylehendricks28) October 22, 2015
Thank you to all of the @Cubs fans for a great year and an awesome experience! You guys truly are the best fans in baseball!
— Kyle Schwarber (@kschwarb12) October 22, 2015
I couldn't be prouder of my team and all of our accomplishments this year…don't worry we'll be back
— Anthony Rizzo (@ARizzo44) October 22, 2015
Rizzo’s tweet has the most retweets and favs among all the Cubs.
Thank you Cubs fans for an incredible year! #SolerPower
— Jorge Soler (@JorgeSoler68) October 22, 2015
My family and I want to thank all of you out there that welcomed us and made us feel like family, we love it here! #TheMonteros
— miguel montero (@miggymont26) October 22, 2015
Just wanted to say thank you to the @Cubs and players for this awesome 1st year! HUGE thanks to All the Cubbie fans for the support as well!
— Addison Russell (@Addison_Russell) October 24, 2015
What an amazing year of baseball! Big thank you to the Cubs and all of our fans! Can't wait for 2016!
— Kris Bryant (@KrisBryant_23) October 25, 2015
— Jon Lester (@JLester34) October 23, 2015
— Jason Hammel (@HammelTime39) October 14, 2015
Hammel’s tweet got the least amount of favs and retweets. Awww.
I have to thank my teammates, the entire city of Chicago, and the Cubs organization for everyone's dedication and hard work @Cubs
— Jake Arrieta (@JArrieta34) October 27, 2015
Thank you baseball. I played this beautiful game for 30 years. I took my jersey off for the last time tonight. It was an honor. #ithrew88
— dan haren (@ithrow88) October 22, 2015
Dan Haren’s tweet is more to all of baseball, but we’ll take it. The guy is retiring from the game he loves.
— Wrigley Field (@WrigleyBlog) October 22, 2015
Pedro Strop @pstrop46, thanked the fans by retweeting the WrigleyBlog. We’ll count that.
— David Ross (@D_Ross3) October 8, 2015
David Ross calls the Wrigley crowd “amazing.” We’ll count that as a thanks.
Chicago. That was for you!!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/XzRmKUw0yM
— Dexter Fowler (@DexterFowler) October 8, 2015
Dexter Fowler gives it up to Chicago during the playoffs. In his 38 tweets since the end of the playoffs, he hasn’t given an official tweet thanking the fans, but we’ll count this one.
Tomorrow we look at the two Cubs who have not yet thanked the fans.
Follow the 15 Cubs players via this handy Twitter list, 2015 Chicago Cubs players. I plan on making a new Cubs list for every year.