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Before the Cubs and Cardinals took their centuries old rivalry to the playoffs for the first time last week Six Flags St. Louis and its Chicago counterpart, Six Flags Great America, made a bet that the loser would rename a ride after the winning team.

By Extra Mustard
October 16, 2015

Before the Cubs and Cardinals took their centuries old rivalry to the playoffs for the first time last week, Six Flags St. Louis and its Chicago counterpart, Six Flags Great America, made a bet that the losing amusement park would rename a ride after the winning team.

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The St. Louis park used its billboard to talk a lot of trash during the series, confident the Cardinals would continue their run of playoff excellence.

As we all know, the Cubs prevailed in four games over their longtime foes, and on Thursday a new ride appeared at Six Flags St. Louis: Cubs Thunder.

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