If you were watching the Cubs' World Series celebration, you probably remember seeing David Ross briefly halt his speech to take a selfie on stage.
And what a selfie it was.
His teammates and millions of fans joined in on his epic picture:
If only we could all have a retirement party like Granpda Rossy.
Bears. Beets. Beautiful baseball cleats.
Friday kicks off MLB's third annual Players' Weekend, a set of three days where players can rock customized bats, cleats and gloves that pay homage to their style, interests, etc. In a league full of awesome designs, however, Cubs reliever Derek Holland's cleats inspired by "The Office" might take the cake as the best of the best.
As Andy Bernard would say: nailed it.
Holland also will don cleats inspired by "The Dark Knight." Considering how the movie was filmed largely in Chicago, this design could go as one of the most underrated this weekend.
With how many unique designs come out of Players' Weekend, it's a shame that MLB players can't wear their custom gear all season long. There's always room for more Michael Scott in all of our lives, right?
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Leila Rahimi, Scott Podsednik, and Doug Glanville cover everything Chicago baseball in a jam-packed show. First, Jason Benetti joins the show to reminisce about his broadcast with Bill Walton, Lucas Giolito's dominance and Eloy Jimenez's hip issue. Then, the trio discusses Yoan Moncada's return, the Cubs building momentum after a sweep of the Giants, Yu Darvish's back-and-forth with David Kaplan, and where the White Sox rebuild stands entering the final 6 weeks of 2019.
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