For the first time in 108 years, you can call the Cubs champions. How does that sound?
Like a new house that’s really nice, but doesn’t quite feel as comfortable as the old place, it may take some time getting used to.
But in winning the World Series, have the Cubs lost their identity?
They Cubs have been the loveable losers, with the fatalistic fans, who believe that no matter what the Cubs would find a way to find defeat?
It was a fascinating aura and a mystique, that made the Cubs different, it made the Cubs unique.
WGN’s Mike Lowe has more.