The Chicago Cubs, the lovable losers, have finally reached the pinnacle of baseball after 108 years of heartbreak, struggles, and curses. No more next year, the unthinkable has finally happened, the Chicago Cubs are the 2016 World Series champions, and yes I'm just as shell shocked as you. It's been about 18 hours now since Kris Bryant threw the ball to Anthony Rizzo to record the final out of the World Series, officially ending the longest championship drought in history. I wasn't necessarily rooting for either team in this series, although as the game was winding down last night I found myself rooting for the Cubs subconsciously, I guess a part of me wanted to witness the crazy historical moment that last night was. Generation after generation of Americans, some Cub fans, some just baseball fans in general, came and went in life without getting to witness the Cubs win a World Series. One of the more historical franchises in the history of the game, the Cubs longevity in the league, their iconic field, and their history of dramatic theatrics surrounding their franchise has transcended them into the category of elite baseball franchises despite not being able to win the World Series in over 100 years. Clearly I'm not going to do my usual run down of the game because I could never do justice to the magnificent piece of art last night's game 7 of the World Series was, if someone gave the best movie script writer in the world, so Quentin Tarantino, a piece of paper, and said write out the best game 7 possible, it wouldn't have come close to matching the emotional roller coaster that was last night's game 7. Last night was one of the crazy sports memories that makes you want to have kids and grandkids just so you can tell them the amazing story of the 2016 World Series. At least 5 times throughout this game I was like oh that's it the Cubs won, and then oh shit never mind the Indians got this, it was literally one of if not the best baseball game I've ever seen played. Not in regards to how the game was played because their was a bunch of errors and questionable managerial calls, but in terms of excitement and dramatics, last night takes the cake. You know a game is of a huge magnitude and has really captured the attention of the public when you have people that never talk about sports talking about last night's game, and that's all that was talked about at the water cooler today at work, or water fountain if your still in school. 2016 has been a special year in sports, one of the greatest finishes to a college basketball final ever, Cavaliers made one of the greatest sports comebacks of all time against a team that was arguably going to be the best ever, and the cherry on top was the Cubs breaking a 108 year World Series drought while winning in the most dramatic of fashions. For everyone that says baseball is boring, last night proved your an idiot that knows nothing about entertainment. Congratulations to the city of Chicago, the wait is over, the day is finally here, the World Series trophy finally returns to Wrigleyville tomorrow morning, and I expect that parade to be the craziest spectacle in the history of Chicago. 108 years of anticipation should lead to crazy events at the parade, if you thought the Cleveland parade was nuts, you haven't seen anything yet, I'll be shocked if Chicago is still in tact by the end of the day tomorrow. 2016 was a helluva year for baseball, with the Cubs curse headline now dead, I foresee baseball dying out a little more, but we shall see. Looking forward to the 2017 season already, only 4 more months till opening day!