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Reuters Select: ‘This is perfect baseball’
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‘This is perfect baseball’
Chicago Cubs fans spilled from sports bars, restaurants and viewing parties across the city to celebrate their beloved team’s first World Series triumph in 108 years. “Unbelievable. We have been waiting a long time for this. Just to be around everyone to see this. This is perfect baseball,” said Greg Kojak as he watched a TV through a glass door at a restaurant near Wrigley Field. Reuters’ Tim Mclaughlin and Kim Palmer report from Chicago.
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