Last night’s game was the finale for Wrigley Field in 2016, a season that saw the Chicago Cubs win 103 regular season games, win the NLDS, and win the NLCS, including an exciting Game Six of that series to send the Cubs to the World Series.
It was fitting, then, that the last game of the year at Wrigley Field was the Cubs’ first World Series win there since 1945.
The game was not without its tense moments, primarily the process of clinging desperately to a small lead for the final few innings. But the Cubs did hold on, and you can arise today with a smile, watching again as the Cubs finish things off:
And the radio call on the finale from Pat Hughes: