"We're coming home to Chicago and I'm going on a bender."
Theo Epstein, the Chicago Cubs' President of Baseball Operations, is a bonafide curse-killer. In 2004 he helped end the Red Sox 86 year championship drought and the curse of Babe Ruth, and last night he delivered on his promise to bring a World Series back to the Chicago Cubs for the first time since 1908.
And that type of victory calls for a massive, champagne-fuelled celebration. A celebration that, according to Theo, will rage on until the Winter meetings.
Check out some of the footage from the beginning of Chicago's World Series party below and look forward to more beer-chugging, cigar-smoking, champagne showers and swearing on live tv from the Cubs' President of Baseball Operations.
You can't say that in TV Theo. pic.twitter.com/F68R9NGjK0— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) November 3, 2016
Cubs are gonna be a dynasty and Theo Epstein will blind dozens with champagne https://t.co/hfXZC3DM58— Mike Tunison (@xmasape) November 3, 2016