There are 1,025,109 words in the English language. Honestly, I cannot string any of them together to do justice to what we saw last night in Game 7 of the World Series.
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Game 7 had everything, and more. And in the end, both teams were out of gas, both pitching staffs were boxers on the ropes, working on fumes, swinging wildly, not knowing if they would land punches.
What they ended up landing was a role in one of the most exciting baseball games ever.
Before last night, only three Game 7s had gone into extra innings: 1924, 1991, and 1997. This is how baseball is supposed to be. And it’s only fitting that the most long-suffering franchise in sports history finally gets to say:
The Chicago Cubs win the World Series.
There are 1,025,109 words in the English language. And the seven in the previous sentence have not been used in over one hundred years.