Chicago Cubs Win 2016 World Series, Ending 108-Year Drought
The Chicago Cubs ended their 108-year championship drought on Wednesday night (Nov. 2), in an epic 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 win over the Cleveland Indians.
It was close though. The Indians rallied in the 8th with three runs, but somehow, the Cubs were able to find a way back.
After a brief rain delay after the 9th, the Cubs drove in two runs in the 10th inning on a double by Ben Zobrist, who was named World Series MVP.
It was the longest drought in the history of American sports!
Congrats to the Chicago Cubs!! See the final play below: