Thursday, August 11 2022

Podcast: 5-year anniversary of Cubs’ World Series win originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Five years ago this week, the Cubs ended their 108-year drought and won the World Series. Where is that team now and how do fans remember it after five years?

David Kaplan, Gordon Wittenmyer and Tim Stebbins discuss the anniversary and how things turned out five years later. They also discuss the 2021 World Series and former Cub Jorge Soler‘s contribution to the Braves, the possibility of no Winter Meetings this year and what they remember from Game 7 of the 2016 World Series.

(3:50) – Where is the 2016 team now?

(8:30) – Is it hard to root for any team in the 2021 World Series?

(12:30) – Jorge Soler looks back on his time with the Cubs and compares it to the current Braves

(19:20) – Will the Winter Meetings be canceled year?

(27:10) – What do you remember most from Game 7 in 2016?

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