Watch the Cubs celebrate like they just won their first World Series in 108 years
It took 10 innings, a rain delay and one of the baseball-iest games ever, but the Cubs won Game 7 of the World Series, 8-7, and took home their first. championship. in. 108. years. So, they celebrated like it:
The celebrations began in the top of the 10th, when eventual World Series MVP Ben Zobrist doubled to left field, scoring Albert Almora Jr. and giving the Cubs the lead:
Anthony Rizzo, standing at third base, couldn't believe what was happening.
Then Miguel Montero singled in Rizzo, giving the Cubs a two-run cushion, and the entire team went bonkers:
They took that lead into the bottom of the inning, and after two outs were recorded by Carl Edwards Jr., Mike Montgomery faced Michael Martinez and …
Kris Bryant started his celebration just a bit early:
Rizzo wanted to hang onto his souvenir:
And then the century-in-the-making celebration began:
The 39-year-old David Ross, after homering in the final game of his 15-year career:
The 25-year-old rookie, Carl Edwards Jr.:
This is what 108 years feels like:
Feels good, huh, Chicago?