Cubs’ World Series trophy reportedly damaged in Boston

The World Series trophy may be headed to the DL.

The Boston Globe reports the trophy was damaged over the weekend at a benefit concert in Boston.

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The newspaper reports “drunken fans” handled the Commissioner’s Trophy during the concert – which featured Eddie Vedder and Cubs GM Theo Epstein.

The Globe reports:

We’re told that at least a few of the flags on the Cubs trophy snapped off while it was making its way through the crowd.


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The Globe goes on to say, “The pieces were later retrieved and the trophy was ‘repaired’ in time to be displayed alongside the Red Sox trophy at Sunday’s primetime Cubs-Sox game at Fenway.”