Soak in all the joy as the Cubs celebrate their first World Series appearance since 1945
Hey. Hey. Guess what?
Sorry, we probably should have led up to that more gracefully, but we're just so excited. On Saturday night, thanks to a masterful performance from Kyle Hendricks, the Cubs shut out the Dodgers, 5-0, to win NLCS Game 6 and cement their first trip to the World Series since 1945:
It's time to #FlyTheW:
In Wrigley Field and just outside of it:
And certainly time for plenty of hugs:
Want to commemorate this moment with a fantastic group photo? Print this out and hang it on every single surface in your house:
And wait for the day when it's technologically possible to get GIFs tattooed on the insides of your eyelids so you can watch this every time you go to sleep and dream happy dreams forever:
Kyle Schwarber even got in on the act -- kind of. After missing most of the season with an injury, the power-hitting catcher-turned-outfielder made his debut in the Arizona Fall League with the Mesa Solar Sox on Saturday. When he returned to the clubhouse after the game, his current teammates made sure he got to do a little postseason celebrating, too:
We weren't about to let Schwarber feel left out! https://t.co/1J8vdrndot- Spike ⚾️ (@SpikeLundberg) October 23, 2016
Watch Chicago take on Cleveland in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.