Wednesday, October 12, 2016

A Muted Celebration

What a game last night. I'm still coming to grips with how special that was.

I'm guessing the police were happy that the game on Monday night went so ended around 1:45am...because last night was not so bad in Wrigleyville after the Cubs clinched. From DNAinfo...

A couple hours into the game Tuesday evening, bars were half-full or entirely empty, with Monday's game leaving fans tired and more likely to stay home. Except for people gathered at the ever-popular John Barleycorn and Old Crow, crowds were small even at some Wrigleyville mainstays.

The quiet left little for Chicago police to do, despite having almost as large a presence as the weekend home games that started the series.

This is the way it should be, boys. Gotta get used to winning series. Save the big celebrations for the World Series. Right?