The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions. Repeat after me. The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions.
The city’s North Side baseball team did what was unthinkable few years ago – win the World Series. In an epic Game 7, the Cubs bet the Cleveland Indians 8-7 Wednesday night in ten innings to claim their first championship in 108 years.
The last Cubs championship was in 1908, and Chicago’s first baseball title since the White Sox won in 2005.
With game seven becoming the edge-of-your-seat, 24-like thriller, many were predicting Wednesday night’s game would draw northward of 50 million viewers, in the territory of 1991’s game seven when Jack Morris of the Minnesota Twins pitched a masterpiece to lead that team to a World Series title (yours truly’s estimate of coming close to the 1983 M*A*S*H finale of 106.5 million is likely to be off.)
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Congratulations to the Chicago Cubs on their World Series Championship!
Enjoy this MLB The Show commercial from 2012 – it’s now a reality!