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I am not a huge fan of Baseball, however my boyfriend is! The night this game played, my boyfriend went crazy. He kept going on and on how this was a game that is going down in History! He was not a huge Cubs fan, he was just watching because he would not miss the World Series. He could not of been more shocked from this game. He said it honestly could of easily been one of the best games he has ever seen in his life.
This film captured every incredible moment of this game. This Win has been long awaited, for 108 years actually! This game was documented perfectly making this one incredible history movie. Shout Factory did a fantastic job with producing. This film was to die for. I am not a huge fan of baseball, but I overly enjoyed watching this film. It kept you on your toes and with an unexpected end, it was amazing.
A recap of the Game:
The 2016 World Series was the end of an arduous road. As the Cubs wielded dominating pitching, spectacular defense, and clutch offense to end their championship drought in dramatic fashion, generations of fans celebrated cherished memories newly washed by a championship. And it was, perhaps, even the beginning of a new kind of journey for the Cubs and their fans, as Owner Tom Ricketts and President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein collaborated to shape a staff and team that could pull off the most epic of championships. With a powerful combination of talent and grit, Manager Joe Maddon's cast of Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Javier Baez, Jake Arrieta, Dexter Fowler, Jon Lester, David Ross and World Series MVP Ben Zobrist, the Cubs outplayed the Giants and Dodgers to set up a historically dramatic World Series against the Cleveland Indians. Of course, it would come down to a Game 7 full of pulse-pounding thrills, anxiety, and excitement, as the Cubs overcame a tenacious Cleveland comeback, including a mythical rain delay, inspirational clubhouse speech, and an extra frame of baseball to crown a 103-win season with a World Series title.