The Chicago Cubs ended a 108-year World Series drought and can rightfully claim that they're the best in baseball. The Cubs' historic run took seven games, with the final Game 7 proving to be one of the all-time greats in World Series history.
Cubs outfielder Ben Zobrist came through in the clutch with a 10th inning, run-scoring double to help give his team the win and the title, and he earned himself the title of MVP as well.
He also earned the keys to a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS. It's a 50th-edition version, and it's a drop-top. That should be a good parade vehicle for Zobrist when he's back in Chicago, as long as it's not too cold outside. Though the streets should be plenty warm by the hundreds of thousands of bodies lined up to cheer for this baseball team.
Frankly, we think Zobrist should get a more potent Camaro for this honor. He and his teammates did something many Cubs fans feared impossible, so why not give him the impossibly quick ZL1? That car just set a seemingly impossible time at the 'Ring, and seems more deserving of the honor of MVP car here. Still, a free Camaro SS is a free Camaro SS.
Congrats Zobrist, and congrats Cubs fans!