The Curse is Broken

Last night the Chicago Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 108 years. They played the Cleveland Indians in a best of 7 series. Just like the Warriors, the Cleveland Indians blew a 3-1 lead. After the first four games, it looked like Cleveland had it in the bag, but the Cubs thought differently. Many Cubs fans believed this was their year because the last time there were two tie games in the NFL, the Indians lost in game 7.

 

“Joe Madden needs to be fired immediately. The managing decisions made were absolutely terrible. He shouldn’t have pulled Kyle Hendrix when he did and he shouldn’t have brought in Lester,” said Dylan Brown. “On the other hand, it is a great feeling to finally win a World Series.”

 

Ryan Hodges (11), aka Wrigley, said, “I’m so excited that we finally won the World Series. I’ve waited years for this. Joe Madden messed up a lot but they overcame the struggle.” Hodges, whose parents gave him the middle name Wrigley due to their love for the Cubs said there were “terrible, awful” decisions on pulling certain pitchers. “Hendrix should have stayed in until he got hit off of,” Wrigley added. “Then Lester should have finished the rest of the game. Chapman shouldn’t have played because he was fatigued from the game before.”

 

The Cubs ended the regular season with 103 wins and 58 losses. In the postseason, they swept through the National League finals and made their way to the World Series. They ended up winning and broke the 108-year “Curse of the Billy Goat.”

If you don’t know what this curse is, read about it here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curse_of_the_Billy_Goat.

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