by FP Sports Nov, 04 2016 IST
Chicago's biggest paper nailed the historic moment with a simple but memorable cover.
RedEye Chicago chose to go with a double-meaning pun - referencing the greatest of all time and the club's fabled billy goat curse.
Chicago Sun-Times went without a headline on the front cover, with the wraparound on the back reading, "What a wonderful world."
Herald & Review - Central Illinois went with a statement that the fans have waited 108 years to hear: Cubs Win!
Rockford Register Star featured a jubilant Anthony Rizzo carrying retiring catcher David Ross.
New York Post heralded the final as the "Game of the century".
USA Today made a sly dig towards the 108-year title drought that the Chicago Cubs ended.
In case you didn't get the memo yet - The Mercury News reiterated how long it took for the Cubs to win again.
The Orange County Register's pun game is on point! A nod to the heart-stopping rain delay that set fans on edge.
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