Listen: TV and radio calls of final out of Cubs' World Series win
The Chicago Cubs finally got it done, winning their first World Series title in 108 years by overcoming a 3–1 series deficit to the take the title in seven games over the Cleveland Indians.
Here are some of the TV and radio calls from final out, as Michael Martinez of the Indians grounded out to third baseman Kris Bryant, setting off a celebration from Cleveland to Wrigleyville.
Cubs radio play-by-play man Pat Hughes on 670 WSCR gives a perfect description of the play that ended the game.
"A little bouncer slowly toward Bryant," Hughes says. "He will glove it and throw to Rizzo. It’s in time. And the Chicago Cubs win the World Series! The Cubs come pouring out of the dugout, jumping up and down like a bunch of delirious 10-year-olds. The Cubs have done it! The longest drought in the history of American sports is over, and the celebration begins.”