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The Chicago Cubs ain't afraid of no goats.
After 108 years of darkness, the long-suffering franchise halted its title drought Wednesday night. It took a 10-inning Game 7 classic against the Cleveland Indians to finally break the World Series spell.
Superfan Bill Murray joined all the Cubs supporters who flocked to Progressive Field for the epic contest. One can only hope to someday experience joy like the beloved actor expressed after the final out, as Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson shared:
With the season on the line, Murray called for the "Goatbusters" to save the day in B/R's homage to his classic comedy.
Now that the Cubs are World Series champions, Dr. Peter Venkman's premonition of dogs and cats living together in mass hysteria may come true.