Anthony Rizzo Pockets Baseball, Ending the Chicago Cubs' 108-Year World Series Drought

President Obama gives an historical perspective that this is the greatest thing to happen since sliced bread, literally, since sliced bread hadn't yet been invented the last time the Cubs won the World Series.
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Finally tonight, America strong. Many of you a little tired at work today? Blame the cubs. They won't mind. Alex Perez shows us, they're still party, and they deserve to. Reporter: The out that made history. This is going to be a tough play. Bryant. The cubs have won the world series! Reporter: Anthony Rizzo pocketing that last out, ending a 108-year world series drought. And the cubs have finally won it all! Reporter: Super fan bill Murray, on cloud nine. Can you imagine ever being here? Hell yes, are you kidding? I've been imagining this for a long time. Reporter: But it wasn't easy. The Cleveland Indians tying it up, forcing extra innings. It's gone! Tie game! I'm an emotional wreck. It's only going to get rse. Reporter: Then, during a 17-minute rain delay, cubs' Jason Heyward giving his team the ultimate pep talk. I just let these guys know, hey, keep that fire, because you guys got it. Reporter: As the team stormed the field after the win, the streets of Chicago erupted. And it's all about the memories. I used to work right here at Wrigley selling brats when I was a teenager. The fans have taken over this wall with their own memories, writing the names they wished could have been here. David? If we only knew, Alex, we would have ordered a few. Way to go, cubs. Thanks for watching tonight, I'm A couple of breaking the

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