Wrigley Field went insane after the Cubs won the World Series

So I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. Awesome, right? And many, many other people agree. With Game 7 being played at Progressive Field in Cleveland, a ridiculous amount of fans gathered outside of Wrigley Field on Wednesday night to follow the game on their phones. That way they could be there to celebrate their team’s victory, or possibly weep and sob with other fans if the Cubs lost.

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The Cubs won, and thanks to the magic of the Internet we can watch what happened at Wrigley the exact moment the Cubs sealed the deal.

You can hear the catharsis of that crowd as it all release that primal cheer at the exact same time. And just in case that wasn’t enough, there are more views of that incredible moment so you can get your celebration fix.

CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 02: Chicago Cubs fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field after the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in game seven of the 2016 World Series on November 2, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs 8-7 victory landed them their first World Series title since 1908. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field as the Cubs win their first World Series since 1908. (Getty Images)

As you might expect, things got crazier from there. How much crazier? I’m so glad you asked. The twitter account Chicagoland Scanner kept everyone up-to-date on the legendary insanity that followed the Cubs legendary win.

At least they’re not playing any more games there this year, right?

No, no, no, don’t climb the light poles, that is NOT a good idea!

Okay, uprooting a light pole and carrying it around with LIVE WIRES is NOT a better idea than climbing on one!

Well, that was predictable. (I hope he’s okay.)

Guys, that box truck doesn’t belong to you! And what are you going to do with that roof once you rip it off? You didn’t think that far ahead, did you!?

Haven’t we been over this!?

Well, at least they’re not ripping the roof off it. I have this image in my head of Cubs fans jumping into the actual buckets on the truck and just riding around in buckets, cheering. That’s probably not what happened.

Haven’t you had enough to drink? Let that poor person close their store! It’s 1:20 a.m.!

That’s not good. This has started to take on a distinct “Game of Thrones” battle vibe. But let’s go back to Wrigley Field itself.

Yeah, they’re gonna have to disinfect the mound after that. But hey, they have six whole months to do it.

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