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