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The Chicago Cubs ended a 108-year title drought

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AFTER A LONG TIME HEY
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The Chicago Cubs are Major League Baseball champions for the first time in 108 years after a thrilling extra-inning victory against the Cleveland Indians in game seven of the World Series.

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This was one of the best baseball games in a long time. It was very intense at the end. The Cubs did a great job.
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I have a friend there at the moment and it's going to be party central! Good on the Cubs!
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Car horns blared for hours. Some revelers climbed light poles and television news vans, causing damage, but celebrations were mostly peaceful and authorities did not report any major incidents.
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I went to a bar with my co workers to watch the game. I think baseball is worse than watching paint dry. A few beers and good conversation made it tolerable.
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The Chicago Cubs did just that, shattering their 108-year championship drought in epic fashion: with an 8-7, 10-inning victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 7, which began on Wednesday night, carried into Thursday morning and seemed to end all too soon.

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Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs reacts on second base after hitting an RBI single to score Kris Bryant in the fifth inning of Wednesday night’s Game 7 against the Cleveland Indians. The Cubs went on to win 8-7 in 10 innings to capture their first World Series title in 108 years
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