Bill Murray Partying In The Cubs’ Locker Room After They Won The World Series Is Everything

By 11.03.16
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They did it, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series after a 108-year-long drought. The entire city of Chicago is still awake and partying after last night’s victory and the entire baseball world outside of Cleveland are happy to see Cubs fans celebrating in the moment.

One of the most prominent Chicago Cubs fans over the past several decades has been Bill Murray, and he was on hand last night to see history made. Not only that, but he was in the Cubs’ locker room after the game pouring champagne on Theo Epstein and crying like a baby. Sports can do some strange things to people, but moments like of pure bliss and celebration are why we all become fans at some point or another.

Here’s the exact moment of the final out of the World Series, the instant the drought ended:

And here’s Bill Murray spraying champagne all over Theo Epstein and crying in the Cubs’ locker room while partying with the team:

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Bill Murray Chicago Cubs

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Bill Murray Chicago Cubs

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Bill Murray Chicago Cubs

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It wouldn’t seem right to leave without posting this clip of Cubs fans watching the game outside of Wrigley Field erupting into celebration seconds after the Cubs WON THE WORLD SERIES…Get used to seeing/reading/hearing that phrase for a LONG time:

Bill Murray was in it for the long haul this World Series, and for Game 6 he even flew to Cleveland and ‘miracled’ a fan with a free ticket. Giving some woman a badass seat AND she got to sit with BILL MURRAY for the entire baseball game. Before that, Bill sang ‘take me out to the ballgame’ as Daffy Duck for the 7th Inning Stretch at Wrigley Field…The dude had one hell of a World Series, and probably had more fun during these 7 games than anyone who doesn’t receive a paycheck from the Chicago Cubs.

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