As Cubs finally raise their banner, here are five more things we can't wait to see in MLB

Jay Jaffe
Sports Illustrated
On a daily basis, baseball has a knack for giving us something we've never seen before, whether it's Madison Bumgarner becoming the first pitcher to club two home runs on Opening Day or a dropped third strike defying gravity to stick to Yadier Molina's chest protector.

As Cubs finally raise their banner, here are five more things we can't wait to see in MLB

On a daily basis, baseball has a knack for giving us something we've never seen before, whether it's Madison Bumgarner becoming the first pitcher to club two home runs on Opening Day or a dropped third strike defying gravity to stick to Yadier Molina's chest protector.

On a daily basis, baseball has a knack for giving us something we've never seen before, whether it's Madison Bumgarner becoming the first pitcher to club two home runs on Opening Day or a dropped third strike defying gravity to stick to Yadier Molina's chest protector. On Monday evening, we'll see an event that's been much longer in the making, and at times has seemed even more improbable: a world championship banner raised over Wrigley Field. The Cubs will do so prior to their game against the Dodgers, a first in the ballpark's 103-year history.

With that checked off the list, here are five more things in baseball that we've never seen before but can't wait to witness, ranked roughly in order of near-term likelihood.

This article was originally published on SI.com

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