Friday November 4th, 2016

Ever seen someone take a selfie with approximately 5 million people?

David Ross did that on Friday as the Cubs rallied a large number of fans to Grant Park in downtown Chicago. Ross spoke toward the end of the ceremony and after conferring with teammates, opted to grab a photo with as many Cubs as possible, and then the massive crowd.

It’s something.

Ross, 39, has now retired after Chicago’s World Series win in Game 7. He homered and drew a walk in the game after coming on as a replacement.

And now, he can frame this. The Cubs won the World Series. Weird.

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