Holy shit, last night was intense.
Hopefully you listened to us and ditched whatever plans you had tonight in order to watch Game 7 of the World Series, because it was 100% the right decision. The Chicago Cubs finally ended their 108-year championship drought defeating the Cleveland Indians (who are now owners of the longest MLB championship drought with 68 years) 8-7, and it took every last second of the 108 years for it to happen, as the series went to seven games, the game had a rain delay, and it also went into extra innings. The Curse of the Billy Goat
is finally, and begrudgingly dead.
The Cubs are now the sixth team to come back and win the World Series after being down 3-1.
Ben Zobrist won the MVP award, and that's all well and good, but we were hoping for another train wreck MVP award ceremony
from Rikk Wilde. I guess we know why Chevrolet had their VP give out the car this year instead of some guy from "Sales & Marketing." Here's looking forward to next year!