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There's A Lego Version Of The Cubs Winning Game 7 Of The World Series

By DNAinfo Staff | November 11, 2016 10:30am | Updated on November 15, 2016 11:29am

CHICAGO — You know it's important when your achievement is immortalized in Legos.

The epic, stomach-churning Game 7 of the 2016 World Series is now in Lego form, marking the twists and turns of the game that made the Chicago Cubs World Series champs.

The details in the video by TheFourMonkeys.com is spot-on, complete with Jason Heyward's lockerroom speech, Kris Bryant smiling as he fields the last out and Anthony Rizzo sticking the ball in his back pocket before joining the victory celebration.



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