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You Can Hear 'Go Cubs Go' A Mile Away From Wrigley Field

By Ariel Cheung | October 21, 2016 6:34am
 When the Chicago Cubs bested the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2015 National League Division Series, the raucous round of
When the Chicago Cubs bested the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2015 National League Division Series, the raucous round of "Go Cubs Go" could be heard a mile away from Wrigley Field.
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WRIGLEY FIELD — Get psyched up for a possible Cubs trip to the World Series with a rousing singalong from last year.

While the 2016 playoffs have been pretty great, Wrigleyville has remained relatively calm. The team's only postseason clincher took place in San Francisco, when the team beat the wild card-seeded Giants in the National League Division Series Oct. 11.

But that could all change this weekend, as the Cubs return home leading the National League Championship Series 3-2 and poised to advance to the World Series as early as Saturday night.

And one YouTube video marking last year's NLDS celebration will get even the most pessimistic fan ready to celebrate:

It was the first time the North Siders clinched a series at Wrigley Field, and fans spared no effort in making it known — even a mile away from the ballpark.

In the video, "Go Cubs Go" can be heard clearly from a 20-minute walk north of the ballpark. Facebook user Will Cohen shared the video soon after the Cubs defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4 of the 2015 NLDS.

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