CHICAGO, Ill -- The Chicago Cubs may not win a World Series title anytime soon, but they do have a new mascot.
Meet "Clark," the newest face of the cubs.
Monday, Clark and several of the Cubs' top prospects visited a Chicago pediatric development center. The goal of the appearance was to help reinforce positive activities being taught to children with autism and other developmental challenges.
The mascot was created in response to feedback and fan interviews.
The cubs say fans wanted more Cubs-related family-friendly entertainment at Wrigley Field.