Haugh: Cubs’ drought-ending World Series title has no peer in Chicago sports history

The Cubs partied like it was 1908 after their 8-7 victory Wednesday over the Indians ended the longest, cruelest wait in sports.

“This about made me pass out,” World Series MVP Ben Zobrist said. “An epic battle. I can’t believe that after 108 years, we’re able to hoist the trophy.”

From David Haugh: Cubs’ drought-ending World Series title has no peer in Chicago sports history — Chicago Tribune

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