CHICAGO - Over the course of a month, history changed for a team and its fan base.
From the NLDS win over the Giants to the NLCS pennant-winning triumph over the Dodgers to an emotional seven-game World Series against the Indians that ended with a Commissioner's Trophy, it was a wild ride.
One of those along for every step of the way was Bruce Miles, a 19-year veteran of the Cubs beat for the Daily Herald. He was the perfect guest for Sports Feed's Cubs World Series Championship special on Thursday.
He discussed the playoff run with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman on the show while also reflecting on the significance the title for the city along with the fans.
To watch Bruce's segments on Thursday's show, click on the video above or below.