After helping bring the Cubs their first Wold Series title in 108 years in 2016, you’d think Jon Lester would never have to pay for a beer in Chicago again.
But that’s not the kind of guy he is.
In fact, he’s even willing to foot the beer tab for the entire city.
After playing for the Cubs the last six years, the starting pitcher’s future now is unknown due to the team declining his mutual contract option.
But no matter how things play out, he’s going above and beyond to thank fans.
“Regardless of what’s next I want to thank the fans for the past 6 years,” Lester on Friday tweeted. So this weekend (10.30-11.1) I’m buying y’all my favorite beer.”
Interested fans can make a reservation at Chicago’s Hopsmith Tavern, The Lodge Tavern, Butch McGuire’s or She-nannigans to get their first Miller Lite beer courtesy of the two-time World Series champion.
“Just tell em to put it on #JonsTab,” Lester added.
That’s quite the gesture.