So just how big of a Cubs fan is country singer Brett Eldredge?
In late June he was a special guest at Wrigley Field, not only to throw out the ceremonial first pitch but also to debut the music video for "Wanna Be That Song," which was filmed at the Friendly Confines. Eldredge, a Chicago native, attended Cubs games as a kid and called shooting the music video "the most magical experience."
He also did a duet with Anthony Rizzo in June while wearing a Grandpa Rossy t-shirt.
So a die-hard Cubs fan with the means to get to Cleveland could have only been one place last night, right?
Eldredge, his father and brother were all in attendance at Game 7 of the World Series between the Cubs and Indians, and CSN had exclusive video of him watching the final out with his family.
And when Michael Martinez grounded out to Kris Bryant in the bottom of the 10th, Eldredge's reaction was similar to millions of Cubs' fans around the world.
"This is for my whole family. For all the Cubs fans in the world!" he said. "For my grandparents, for everybody's grandparents, this is the best feeling in the world. For Chicago, for so many people, such a hard-working team. Unbelievable.
"The roller coaster ride, the change of emotions, the reset of the emotions, and everybody was set even. We came back and got those big hits that got two runs, and I need a vacation after this. This is crazy. It's gonna be a big night in Chicago and right here in Cleveland.
"The curse is broken, baby. The curse is broken."
Eldredge even missed Wednesday night's Country Music Awards to be in attendance for Game 7.
Miss you too!!!! https://t.co/Jx4sgQOduy— Brett Eldredge (@bretteldredge) November 3, 2016
Good call, Brett. Good call.