After the Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians in Game 5 of the World Series Sunday night, the Wrigley Field crowd sang the Steve Goodman song “Go, Cubs, Go.”
And it wasn’t just loud for the 41,000+ fans in the stadium; it was loud for a resident in a high-rise about a mile away who filmed the singing after the big win.
The video was courtesy of Reddit user BitterBamaFan.
The win kept the Cubs alive and sent the series back to Progressive Field in Cleveland with the Indians leading the series 3-2. The Cubs haven’t won the championship since 1908, and haven’t been in the series in 71 years. Many people think that since game 6 is held in Cleveland, that it will allow the Cubs to play without the pressure of winning in front of their own fans. Also, no team has come back from a 3-1 deficit since 1985, giving Cubs fans more reason to dream.