We all know that the Cubs are a great baseball team on the field, but one thing that goes overlooked is how funny and entertaining this team can be.
There are so many moments where they have taken our breath away with their play on the field, but they have just as many moments off the field that are too funny to not give recognition to.
A lot of moments happened after the World Series win and that can be expected. The more you win the more attention you will get by the cameras. After they won the World Series, every talk show wanted to interview the Cubs players. They are marketable, funny, and people love them.
Here are some of the best Cubs’ moments that happened off the field
This video is such a classic. I never realized how funny David Ross was until I watched this, but ever since I saw this I have been amazed by his humor. Oh yeah, Anthony Rizzo is a comedian in his own rights as well.
One of the best post-World Series win interviews came when Ross and Kris Bryant joined the Ellen show. As always, Ellen had unique gifts.
Continuing on the Rossy theme, did you see his moves on dancing with the stars? Grandpa looks like he still has it.
If you’re still not quite over Dexter Fowler leaving and joining the Cardinals, well this is the time to turn away for a little bit. It was just too good of an interview to not share.
A lot of fans were excited to see their favorite team win the World Series, but one fan in particular let his emotions loose.
Bill Murray stole the show after the game and constructed one of the best post-game interviews of all time.
Former President, Barack Obama, who is a White Sox fan , swallowed his pride and had some really good jokes when the Cubs came to the White House.
Don’t forget about the record-setting parade that took place in Chicago. 5 million people gathered to celebrate 108 years of waiting to bring the trophy home.
And finally, and most recent, the home opener was a little more special this season. It took place on the field, technically, but the moment was bigger than any play ever made.
This one took place on the field, but it’s too special to not be included. After raising the World Series flag, bringing the trophy into Wrigley, and showing the fans their appreciation, the Cubs had one more perfect ending. This time Rizzo was the man to deliver the moment.
This team has delivered many special moments over the years, especially in the past 12 months, and many more should be in store.