WATCH: Bryant gets final out as Chicago Cubs win first World Series in 108 years
Bryant to Rizzo, and 108 years of waiting finally comes to an end
But hearing is one thing, seeing is another. Take a look below and you can watch the Cubs recording the final out to win their first championship in 108 years:
Consider it fitting that Martinez's grounder worked its way to Kris Bryant, who threw it to Anthony Rizzo -- Rizzo, by the way, then pocketed the ball, much as he did after the Cubs won the National League pennant. (Smart guy, that Rizzo.) Bryant and Rizzo are, in many regards, the franchise bedrocks. Everyone has been saying that for the better part of the past two seasons, and now it's true.
Better yet, now generations to come will have sufficient reason to learn about their stories. That's pretty cool -- and you can tell that Bryant and Rizzo think so, too.
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