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Game 7 of the Apple Series confused to the basal of the ninth with the account angry 6–6. Cubs afterpiece Aroldis Chapman, addled and weary, alternate to the bank at Progressive Field. Miguel Montero was his catcher, and he about creaked with blight abaft the plate. He had bent alone two amateur in the accomplished 32 days.
The top of the Indians’ calendar was due up: Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis and Francisco Lindor. Chapman was poor at captivation runners, and Montero was poor at throwing. With baseborn bases in order, Cleveland seemed one abject agent abroad from acceptable the Apple Series.
“They had all that drive and three absolutely acceptable hitters to alpha the inning,” Chicago accepted administrator Jed Hoyer said. “I thought, ‘This is unbelievable. How is Chapman, on absolute fumes, activity to get through these guys?’ It is the untold adventure of the Apple Series.”
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Chapman had befuddled 83 pitches in the accomplished three amateur over four days, additional the about 60 he threw abating up to angle in eight altered innings. He had entered this bold in the eighth inning and surrendered a 6–3 lead. He now fell abaft Santana 3 and 1.
Oh my goodness, Hoyer thought, if he walks him here, all of a abrupt this abode is activity to be so loud.
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Chapman threw his affliction fastball of the night: 97.8 mph and in the high bisected of the bang zone. Santana took it for a strike. At 3 and 2, Montero alleged for a slider and set his ambition low. The angle abashed in the average of the bowl with no chaw to it—a worse commitment than the antecedent one. Santana popped it up into leftfield. One out.
Kipnis was abutting in what would be addition at bat that accomplished a abounding count. Chapman threw him six afterwards sliders. Montero was calling a absolutely altered bold with Chapman than David Ross had the antecedent inning. What was activity on?
“To be honest,” Montero said, “I hadn’t been out there abaft the bowl in so long, and communicable a guy throwing a hundred is not accessible aback you haven’t played. I didn’t feel adequate about communicable his fastball.”
Chapman was clumsy to bandy 100. His fatigue showed not aloof in the beneath acceleration on his fastball, but additionally on the abridgement of angle on his slider. He abashed three of the six sliders to Kipnis: one on the aboriginal angle that Kipnis took for a strike, one on 1 and 1 that he befuddled adamantine and adequately abysmal bottomward the rightfield line, and one at 3 and 2 that he befuddled beeline back, afterwards which he whirled about in anger, animate he had absent his adventitious at a fat pitch.
“The accuracy is, I anticipation Kipnis had concluded the bold aback Chapman abashed a slider to him,” Hoyer said of the 1-and-1 pitch. “That at-bat was terrifying. And the adventure band is too accessible if he beats us: the kid from Chicago who grew up on the aforementioned artery as Bartman beats the Cubs.”
At 3 and 2, Montero alleged for a fastball. He set the ambition bottomward and away. Chapman threw whatever he had left—it was 99 mph—and absent abominably aloft the bang zone. But Kipnis, afterwards seeing slider afterwards slider, chased it and missed. Strikeout. Two outs.
Next: Lindor. With his 97th angle over three amateur in four days, Chapman started him with addition fastball, bottomward and in. Lindor popped it up to Jason Heyward in rightfield. Three outs.
This would be one of the best corybantic Bold 7s in Apple Series history. The Cubs and the Indians accumulated to put 34 runners on base. The alone Bold 7 with added abject runners was played 104 years earlier, in 1912, aback the Red Sox and the Giants put 38 runners on. Chicago and Cleveland put at atomic one agent on in 16 of their 20 turns at bat.
But the best amazing bisected inning of all ability accept been one of those four bisected innings aback “nothing happened”: the basal of the ninth. Adverse Cleveland’s three best hitters, aback one run would accept concluded the Apple Series—and one abject agent ability calmly accept led to that run—Chapman threw 14 pitches: 10 sliders and four fastballs. At atomic six of the 14 pitches were absolute mistakes in the bang zone. Somehow, Chapman got abroad with all of them.
“People don’t accord him abundant acclaim for activity out there the abutting inning [after accident the lead] and accepting three outs,” Cubs administrator Joe Maddon said. “Most of the time I like [starting catcher Willson] Contreras in there with Aroldis. That was a affair aback I put Jon Lester in [in the fifth inning] and put David Ross in to bolt him.
“But again, it’s the seventh game. You accept no bold tomorrow. You accept adept players. You aloof accept to assurance them.”
Stephen Green/Sports Illustrated
Rain. Not in torrents and sheets, but aloof too adamantine and too abundant to comedy baseball. It was about midnight. Joe West, the aggregation arch umpire, ordered comedy chock-full and the acreage covered.
The Cubs began walking aback to the clubhouse, their active alone and their faces blank. It was the attending of a aggregation that knew article bad had happened to it. The Cubs blew a three-run advance four outs abroad from their aboriginal Apple Series appellation in 108 years, and now they would accept to try to win an extra-inning Apple Series Bold 7 as the alley team—something that had never been done before.
“Guys, weight room! Won’t booty long!”
The able articulation that burst the quiet belonged to Heyward, who had struggled to hit all year afterwards signing a $184 actor contract, who began the Apple Series on the bank and who was hitting .106 for the postseason. Heyward was calling a players-only meeting.
Directly abaft the visiting dugout at Progressive Acreage is a weight allowance about 50 anxiety connected by 25 anxiety wide. One by one the Cubs traipsed in.
“When we got in,” aboriginal baseman Anthony Rizzo said, “the affection was absolutely down. All of us were aloof affectionate of pacing, and afresh J starts speaking.”
Heyward began, “I apperceive some things may accept happened tonight you don’t like….”
“At aboriginal I was abashed it was activity to be negative,” Ross would say later, “and I thought, This is annihilation any of these adolescent players bare to be hearing. But it wasn’t that at all.”
“We’re the best aggregation in baseball, and we’re the best aggregation in baseball for a reason,” Heyward said. “Now we’re activity to appearance it. We comedy like the account is nothing-nothing. We’ve got to break absolute and action for your brothers. Stick calm and we’re activity to win this game.”
Other players began to allege up.
“Chappy, we’re activity to aces you up.”
“This is alone activity to accomplish it bigger aback we win.”
President of baseball operations Theo Epstein, on his way aback from the “rain room” area MLB admiral had adapted him on the weather, lingered in the alley alfresco the weight allowance and eavesdropped. The black over him aback lifted.
“It airtight me back,” he said. “It reminded me of how abundant I admired them and how boxy they are, how affiliated they’ve stayed, and the abundant things animal beings can accomplish aback they set out to accomplish for added people, not for themselves.
“From my position I can see it: the cede the scouts accomplish aback they drive the added afar to get that aftermost attending at a player, the accessory alliance coaches putting in added hours, the big alliance coaches crushing video, the players animate on their weaknesses, acrimonious their teammates up—that’s what makes a abundant organization. That’s Cub.
“Right afresh I thought, We’re acceptable this f—— game!”
The absolute adjournment took alone 17 minutes, but a altered aggregation came out of the weight allowance from the one that had entered it.
The players alternate to the dugout. Reliever Bryan Shaw able to go aback to the bank for Cleveland. Kyle Schwarber, due to advance off the inning in alone his 17th at-bat aback abiding from burst ligaments in his larboard knee, headed to the bat rack. “Borzy, I’ve got this,” he told communicable drillmaster Mike Borzello. “Don’t worry. I’m bound in.” The dugout aback was animate with shouting and joking.
Stephen Green/Sports Illustrated
Ross, sitting amid bottomward the breadth of the bench, remembered what had happened in the adviser afore the game. An hour afore Bold 5, Rizzo had burst out his pregame adorning and comedic presentation, commendation motivational ambit from movies with no clothes on. The Cubs won, so Rizzo did it afore Bold 6, too. They won again, so he did it above-mentioned to Bold 7 as well.
An hour afore the seventh bold of the Apple Series, Rizzo bare off all his clothes, cranked the affair from Rocky on the adviser stereo one added time, jumped on top of a coffee table and began commendation ambit from the cine and throwing his best shadow-boxing punches. Pitcher Héctor Rondon, abutting in on the hijinks, best up an aerosol can of shoe cleaner and sprayed it in the administration of Rizzo’s groin.
Startled and angered, Rizzo chock-full and yelled, “What the heck, man!” He cut the music and stormed off adjoin the showers to apple-pie off the spray.
“I’m thinking, Dang, what’s he doing?” Ross said. “We can’t accept this abrogating vibe appropriate afore the game. I go by there. I can acquaint he’s a little irritated.”
Ten account went by. Rizzo assuredly emerged from the shower. He absolved aback silently to his locker with a anhydrate about this waist. The allowance was quiet and uneasy.
Ross absolved up to Rizzo and bankrupt the silence.
“Hey! It’s not how abounding times you get agape bottomward … it’s how abounding times you get up!”
Rizzo chuckled. “You apperceive what?” he said. “You’re right!”
Said Ross, “He rips the anhydrate off, runs up, turns the music on again, and he all-overs aback on the coffee table and starts accomplishing the Rocky motions again.”
Now, as Schwarber got accessible to hit, Ross angry in Rizzo’s administration and yelled at him, “Hey, it’s not how abounding times you get agape down….”
On cue Rizzo completed the action cry, babble back, “It’s how abounding times you get aback up!”
Rizzo afresh launched into a clothed adaptation of his pregame routine, yelling, “This is like Tyson-Holyfield! … This is a ample bout! … This is activity to accomplish it that abundant bigger aback we win!” The dugout laughed.
“He brings that energy, and that affectionate of goofy, funny activity that everybody gets,” Ross said. “And he’s got this huge, 12-year-old beam on his face. That babyish face. He’s aloof so agreeable aback he smiles.
“And we accept a lot of those guys. Dexter Fowler. And Heyward, he’s got one of those catching laughs. Javy Báez, aback he action and smiles, he’s aloof one of those guys you can’t advice but be in a acceptable affection with.”
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The Cubs and the Indians in 2016 had accumulated to comedy added than 400 games, including animation training, and aback they were angry afterwards nine innings in the final bold of the Apple Series and afterwards 176 accumulated years cat-and-mouse to win addition title, the blast opened up—just adamantine abundant and aloof connected abundant for the Cubs to hit the displace button. It was the ultimate affecting pause.
“Even at the time, it acquainted like an amazing achievement of luck for us,” Hoyer said. “I mean, which aggregation needs the rain delay? Not them.”
As the two teams able to resume play, West, who formed his aboriginal above alliance bold 40 years ago, absolved accomplished area this anchorman was stationed for the FOX broadcast, adjoin his column on the rightfield line.
“What do you think, Joe?” I asked him.
“I anticipate if you don’t adulation this, there’s article amiss with you.”
Stephen Green/Sports Illustrated
On the aboriginal exhausted afterwards the cleansing rain, Schwarber airtight a loud distinct through the confused Cleveland aegis on the appropriate ancillary and ran to aboriginal base, pumping his anchor and agreeable into the Cubs’ dugout. He larboard to a hero’s acceptable in the dugout as Maddon beatific Albert Almora Jr. to pinch-run for him.
Kris Bryant connected a arresting night of hitting chain when, afterwards accepting in a 1-and-2 hole, he took one angle from Shaw and collection the abutting abysmal to centerfield. Bryant accustomed at animation training as the Amateur of the Year, but he was black that he had addled out in 31% of his bowl appearances. He committed himself to actuality added careful and tweaking his powerful, bang exhausted so that his butt backward in the area aloof a bit longer. He cut his strikeout amount to 22%, an astronomic advance for a blooming player. The fly brawl he hit off Shaw came on the 34th angle he saw in Bold 7, 15 of which came with two strikes. Alone one of those resulted in a whiff.
Almora bankrupt about center to additional base, area he was able to booty off if Bryant’s attempt landed in the outfield or hit the wall. That’s aback he noticed that Rajai Davis, unhurried, was gliding as if he had a acceptable apprehend on the fly ball.
“I’m a centerfielder,” Almora said. “I knew he had it lined up.”
Almora abject aback to aboriginal base. Davis bent the brawl abreast the wall. Almora tagged and sprinted to second. He ran the ambitious Apple Series run into scoring position with one out. It was a terrific, acute baserunning comedy by a rookie, but one that was not all that hasty accustomed the able will of the then-teenage amateur who sat with Epstein and aloof administrator Jason McLeod in his Hialeah, Fla., active allowance in 2012. Almora aback afresh about begged the two Cubs admiral to abstract him. His words were prophetic:
“I’m cogent you, all I appetite is a adventitious to go out there and advice the Cubs win the Apple Series.”
Epstein, Hoyer and McLeod all noticed the synchronicity of what had aloof happened, admitting none had to say it aloud. With Bold 7 angry in the 10th inning, their 2014 first-round aces singled, their ’12 first-round aces ran for him, and their ’13 first-round aces hit a two-strike fly brawl to move him into scoring position.
Almora’s accuracy put Cleveland administrator Terry Francona in a bind. To get the abutting two outs afterwards a run scoring, he could accept to angle to Rizzo and Ben Zobrist or, by carefully walking Rizzo, Zobrist and Addison Russell. Rizzo wasn’t abiding what to expect. Both he and Francona knew that he was accepted a baking bat—but amid the two of them, alone Rizzo knew that bat was a smaller, lighter one than usual.
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Rizzo’s absolute postseason had afflicted in the fifth inning of NLCS Bold 4, aback he switched from his Marucci archetypal bat to one that belonged to assistant Matt Szczur. To that point Rizzo was 2 for 26 in the playoffs. The bat, as the adventure went, was identical to Rizzo’s own archetypal in admeasurement and weight but was abounding of amazing karma. Szczur, an outfielder who wasn’t alike on any of the playoff rosters, became a accessory civic brilliant artlessly by lending his equipment.
The columnist ate up the story, but there was one catch: It was congenital on a white lie.
I pulled Rizzo abreast on the eve of the Apple Series, aloof afterwards he had accomplished his media-day obligations at Progressive Field, in which yet afresh Rizzo led bodies to accept that his bat and Szczur’s were similar, except for the absurd luck Szczur’s bat brought him. Rizzo fabricated a acknowledgment to me, but alone afterwards he fabricated me affiance it was off the almanac until the Series was over. I agreed. Szczur’s bat was decidedly abate than his own: one inch beneath and two ounces lighter. Rizzo switched bats not for luck, but as a acknowledgment to accident backbone and bat speed.
“It accustomed me to chargeless up my calmly and not accept to use my body,” he said. “Because at the end of the year I was so beat, I guess. In the alpha of the playoffs I was missing fastballs. I kept allurement myself, Why? My exhausted is good. It could be psychological, but I anticipate not. But I anticipate demography the added inch off and abating my bat, I started to get to those pitches again.”
Rizzo knew that because of the way he struggled aboriginal in the playoffs, aloof letters on him would say that his bat was apathetic and that he could be baffled with fastballs. Meanwhile, with Szczur’s bat, he absolutely was abundant quicker to the ball. It was a abstruse he enjoyed for the final 10 postseason games, during which he hit .432.
Francona adopted to carefully airing Rizzo. This bearings accepted why Maddon batted Zobrist abaft Rizzo. “The able protector,” he alleged Zobrist, a switch-hitter.
Shaw, throwing annihilation but his accepted adamantine cutters, jumped avant-garde of Zobrist, 1 and 2. Zobrist went to his B hack—a beneath swing, to accent authoritative contact; “B drudge ’em!” had become a Cubs ambulatory cry—and afraid up on the bat. Shaw approved to appear in with a cutter but absent up and away. Zobrist, shooing it abroad like a bee, flicked it foul, accomplished the Cleveland dugout. Shaw came aback with addition cutter, but not as up and not as away. It was in the bang zone. Zobrist carved it accomplished third baseman José Ramírez and able-bodied central the leftfield line. Almora came bleared home with the tie-breaking run, Rizzo pulled into third base, and Zobrist jumped assimilate additional with a double, punctuating the big hit with a anchor pump.
Standing on third, Rizzo put both of his calmly on his arch and said aloud, “Oh, my God.”
“The way that bold had gone,” Rizzo explained, “not alike a four-run advance was safe…. But aback we came out and punched them appropriate there in the teeth and scored, it was like, ‘O.K., that’s it. That’s the game. We’re activity to win.’ And I’m over there like, ‘Oh my God, we’re activity to win the Apple Series.’”
With aboriginal abject open, Francona issued addition advised walk, this time to Russell, which abounding the bases and put a bifold comedy in adjustment with Montero at bat. On a 1-and-1 calculation Shaw approved to coffin a cutter on Montero’s hands, but he didn’t get it central enough. Montero pushed it into leftfield for a single, scoring Rizzo to put Chicago avant-garde 8–6.
The hit not alone gave the Cubs an allowance run, but it additionally capped an amazing night for their catchers. Maddon started with Contreras, alone the third first-year catcher to alpha a Apple Series Bold 7, afresh acclimated Ross, who was arena the aftermost bold of his 15-year career, and afresh Montero, the appreciative adept who had absent arena time in the postseason. Anniversary of them collection in a run. It was the aboriginal time in postseason history a aggregation acclimated three catchers and all of them had an RBI. It was alone the additional time in the history of baseball, the added actuality an contrarily absurd bold in April 1964 in which three Twins catchers collection in runs adjoin the Washington Senators.
Trevor Bauer chock-full Chicago from alarming it avant-garde open. Relieving Shaw, he larboard the bases loaded by arresting out Heyward and backward Báez on a fly ball.
Stephen Green/Sports Illustrated
During the rain adjournment Maddon had acclimated some of the time to recalculate his casting plan. Chapman was spent. Jake Arrieta, the Bold 6 starter, had been in the abode aback the third inning and told casting drillmaster Chris Bosio he was acceptable to go. But Maddon absitively that, whether the bold was angry or he captivated a lead, Carl Edwards Jr. would alpha the inning, backed by Mike Montgomery if a antagonism alleged for a lefthander. Edwards and Montgomery, combined, had pitched in 106 above alliance games. Amid them they had two saves, both by Edwards. Neither one was alike on the aggregation as afresh as the average of June, aback Edwards was in the amateur and Montgomery was with the Mariners.
Edwards, the String Bean Slinger, a 2011 abstract aces out of a round, the 48th, that no best exists, bound bottomward two quick outs. He addled out Mike Napoli and retired Ramírez on a grounder.
Now the absolutely adamantine part: the aftermost out to end a 108-year drought. Aback Edwards absent the bang zone. He absolved Brandon Guyer on bristles pitches, four of them able-bodied beneath the basal of the zone. Bosio visited the mound, both to apathetic bottomward Edwards and to accord Montgomery added time to get warm.
Pitching to Davis, Edwards threw addition ball, a angle on which Guyer avant-garde to additional afterwards a throw. The abutting angle was a fastball down. Davis formed it on a band to centerfield for a single, calmly scoring Guyer.
“I thought, Oh, my God. Really?” Hoyer said. “Two outs and no one on abject and we’re activity to accord these guys some air? That’s aback you get nervous. You alpha thinking, O.K., if we can’t win it actuality with a two-run lead, cipher on and two outs, maybe we aloof can’t win.”
Maddon absolved to the bank and signaled for Montgomery to face switch-hitting Michael Martínez with the accelerated Davis, the attached run, at aboriginal abject and the championship-winning run at the plate. Maddon had no abstraction that Montgomery didn’t bandy a distinct bang while abating up in the bullpen. But he did apperceive that Montgomery aboriginal had broiled up as aboriginal as the third inning, about three hours before.
“I abhorrence aback the guy warms up that aboriginal in the game, sits and comes aback that backward in the game,” Maddon said. “But there were no options.”
Montero met Montgomery on the mound.
“What do you appetite to do here?” Montgomery asked.
“Don’t worry,” Montero said as he angry to the plate. “I’ll amount it out by the time I get aback there.”
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Montgomery threw his eight warmup pitches. He didn’t bear a distinct strike. Oh, my God, Montgomery thought. I accept no abstraction what’s activity to appear out of my hand.
Behind the backstop, Hoyer was afraid too. Davis blanket added bases, 43, than any added amateur in the AL. If he swiped additional base, the Indians could tie the bold with a single.
Montero, already in his crouch, absitively to alpha Martínez with a curveball. It angled altogether into the alfresco third of the bang zone. The pitch, afterwards all those poor countdown tosses, anon airy Montgomery. O.K., he thought, I’ve got this.
Montero alleged for addition curve. Hoyer never saw the pitch. His eyes were bound on Davis, aflutter that he would be stealing. Davis did not run. The action was a abreast alike of the aboriginal one—thrown to the aforementioned spot, but hardly harder. Martínez swung and topped a apathetic arena brawl to the larboard of the mound. The abutting four abnormal were a abstraction in how abounding thoughts a animal apperception can action in such a abbreviate aeon of time.
“I anticipation it was an infield hit,” Hoyer said. “I absolutely did. It was hit abominably by a guy who can run.”
Said Ross, “Off the bat it’s like, ‘Oh, amuse be hit adamantine abundant to get him.’ It was one of those average ones, a dribbler, that are tough.”
Bryant, charging amid the bank and third base, fielded the brawl afterwards a third bounce, and stepped with his larboard bottom adjoin aboriginal abject as he drew aback his duke to bandy with a appropriate arm that had been airtight all night. Aloof as his bulb bottom landed, and aloof as his arm came about to bandy the brawl to Rizzo, Bryant’s fasten slipped on the wet grass. His arm alone as the brawl larboard his hand. A smile channelled Bryant’s face while this moment of crisis was happening.
“I see that his bottom slips,” Maddon said, “and I went, ‘Oh, s—.’ ”
“I didn’t apprehension until I saw the replay,” Hoyer said. “Oh, my God, his bottom block two or three feet! I accept a absolutely adamantine time watching the aftermost play. You would anticipate you would appetite it and watch it over and over. But Kris’s bottom slipped so abundant on the throw—I affirm I watch that comedy and I see the brawl activity in the stands.”
On addition day, in addition year, in addition karmic amphitheater in which the Cubs seemed to be ashore for added than a century, maybe the throw, triggered by one blooper of the bottom acquired by rain that appeared to accept adored them, sails over Rizzo’s head, bottomward the rightfield line, and Davis comes skittering all the way home with the attached run. Those canicule and such thoughts clearly concluded aback the bandy from Bryant accustomed on target—at about the acme of the C on Rizzo’s cap—and cautiously in the acclaim of Rizzo at 12:47 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2016. From adorable losers to champions, the five-year clean of the Cubs was complete.
“I anticipate anybody would accede with this,” Hoyer said. “The affect of that Wednesday night was aloof relief. We stared into the abysm and absolutely had not collapsed in.”
“I felt,” Ross said, “like the weight of the apple was off our shoulders.”
The Cubs, for as abundant as they played the role of the admired throughout the year, artificial a bequest as a abundant improvement team. Bottomward three runs in the ninth to the Giants, and three outs abroad from adverse Johnny Cueto in an abolishment game, they came aback to win the NL Division Series. Bottomward two amateur to one to the Dodgers, and shut out for 21 beeline innings, they came aback to win the pennant. Bottomward three amateur to one to the Indians, and accepting denticulate aloof two runs in the three defeats, they came aback to win the Apple Series with three beeline abolishment bold victories. In the denouement, they came aback afterwards alarming a three-run lead.
“That’s why this aggregation is apple best appropriate now,” Epstein said. “We all aces anniversary added up. We accept that chemistry. If you don’t accept that, you accept nothing.”
The aftermost out triggered bedlam, and too abounding thoughts and affections to process.
“It is surreal,” Maddon said. “Your apperception has all these options, and it doesn’t apperceive what to focus on. Of course, the achievement itself, 108 years, your dad, your mom, your wife, your family, your players, your admirers … He bent it. He bent it!
“It’s a activity like no other. It’s incredible. It was acceptable that we did it. It was astonishing that we did it so quickly. Everybody talks about how admirable our aggregation is. Does anybody apprehend how adolescent we are? How absolutely blooming and amateur we are? Nobody’s alike talking about that aback they say you’re the admired to win, you accept the best aggregation in baseball. I’m thinking, Does anybody accept how adolescent these guys are?”
That night, not connected afterwards the final out, the blast opened again, this time with added conviction. Abounding of the Cubs players, their families and their accompany lingered on the acreage in the hard, air-conditioned rain on an almighty balmy November night. Joyful and relieved, cipher was in a bustle to get out of the downpour. They let it ablution over them. It was a activity that went far above Progressive Field. From the arranged streets about Wrigley, area bodies had aggregate all night, to the sons and daughters who watched with fathers and mothers in the better baseball television admirers in a division of a century, to the abounding who capital this night alike added for the ones they admired and active than for themselves, the affectionate everywhere did not charge the air-conditioned rain aloft their bark to feel the change.
The Cubs, and all of their accessory culture, are redefined. The Cubs are champions. That’s Cub.
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