The 2016 Chicago Cubs brought the World Series trophy back to Chicago for the first time in 108 years. This is the only hard-cover commemorative book that showcases the entire season, and every single magical moment of the Cubs’ epic playoff run. 192 pages of memories and a free poster inside. Re-live the season we thought we’d never see, from Opening Day through Game 7 in Cleveland. This is literally the book Cubs’ fans have waited their entire lives for.

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After 108 years, the Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions! This is the commemorative, hard-cover book Cubs’ fans have waited a lifetime for.

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Champs Only Inc. is the industry leader in first-to-market commemorative sports championship books, iconic and legendary personalities, and marquee pop culture events. When a sports team clinches a championship in the Super Bowl, Final Four, World Series, College Football Playoff, Stanley Cup and NBA Finals, we will have a 160-page book distributed throughout the market through major retailers on the day of the championship parade. Each Champs Only, Inc book is 100% original and written in the language of the winning fan base, exclusively for them. Our cover designs, layouts and content is noticeably superior, and customers respond accordingly, knowing a commemorative championship book produced by Champs Only is THE one book fans not only want, but must have.

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Breaking News

Chicago Cubs end "curse", win World Series

The last time the Chicago Cubs won the Major League Baseball's World Series it was 1908. Mark Twain was still alive, Theodore Roosevelt was president, the periodic table had only 85 elements on it, ticket prices were at $1.50.

Fast forward 108 years later, the Cubs and Indians force a 10th inning with a 17-minute rain delay which gave the Cubs time to regroup that seemed to reset the game for the Cubs.

"We regrouped during the rain delay...Give our guys all the credit...What a bunch of professionals..We never quit." says Joe Maddon.

It certainly wasn't easy for the Cubs, making a comeback from a 3-1 deficit to win the World Series on the road since the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates. With an epic Game 7 clocking in at 4 hours and 28 minutes, it was truly a well deserved win. What a time to be alive! Congratulations Cubs!

What's Happening

The parade will begin at 11 a.m. (local time), with team buses leaving Wrigley Field at 10 a.m.

The official procession will travel along Michigan Avenue between Oak and Ohio and then along Columbus between Monroe and Balbo. Fans who want to catch the downtown parade are encouraged to see them along this route. c/o Sun Times