Images: Fans swarm Wrigley for Cubs parade

 
 
Updated 11/4/2016 1:59 PM

Chicago Cubs fan swarm Wrigley Field Friday morning to get the first look of the team at the start of the victory parade.

Cubs General Manager Jed Hoyer, left, and Team President Theo Epstein travel with the Commissioner's Trophy and their children as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
  Cubs General Manager Jed Hoyer, left, and Team President Theo Epstein travel with the Commissioner's Trophy and their children as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
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The buses are in place at Wrigley Field.
  The buses are in place at Wrigley Field.
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Police officers are in place at Wrigley.
  Police officers are in place at Wrigley.
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Chris Greco of Naperville is attending Friday's Chicago Cubs victory parade with his 11 year old son.
  Chris Greco of Naperville is attending Friday's Chicago Cubs victory parade with his 11 year old son.
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A youngster hoists a pennant as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins.
  A youngster hoists a pennant as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins.
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Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts, left, howls as he hoists the Commissioner's Trophy.
  Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts, left, howls as he hoists the Commissioner's Trophy.
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Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts, left, howls as he hoists the Commissioner's Trophy.
  Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts, left, howls as he hoists the Commissioner's Trophy.
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Team buses are on the move as the parade begins.
  Team buses are on the move as the parade begins.
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Cubs legend Billy Williams acknowledges the crowd.
  Cubs legend Billy Williams acknowledges the crowd.
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Former player Kerry Wood, center, acknowledges the crowd.
  Former player Kerry Wood, center, acknowledges the crowd.
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Radio voice of the Cubs Pat Hughes waves to the crowd.
  Radio voice of the Cubs Pat Hughes waves to the crowd.
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Cubs, from left, Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler, and Anthony Rizzo acknowledge the crowd.
  Cubs, from left, Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler, and Anthony Rizzo acknowledge the crowd.
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The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade heads East on Addison Street after passing Wrigley.
  The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade heads East on Addison Street after passing Wrigley.
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Scott Murray, 10, of Winfield cheers as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins.
  Scott Murray, 10, of Winfield cheers as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins.
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Cubs, from left, Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler, and Anthony Rizzo acknowledge the crowd.
  Cubs, from left, Kris Bryant, Dexter Fowler, and Anthony Rizzo acknowledge the crowd.
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Placards were in place on each trolley as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
  Placards were in place on each trolley as the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
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Fans await the arrival of trolleys and open-top double-decker buses carrying Cubs players and personnel.
  Fans await the arrival of trolleys and open-top double-decker buses carrying Cubs players and personnel.
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Fans are overjoyed as they catch a glimpse of the players down Clark Street.
  Fans are overjoyed as they catch a glimpse of the players down Clark Street.
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The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade began at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
  The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade began at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
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A trolley rider acknowledges the crowd.
  A trolley rider acknowledges the crowd.
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Cubs Vice-President Theo Epstein shares the Commissioner's Trophy with his son Jack.
  Cubs Vice-President Theo Epstein shares the Commissioner's Trophy with his son Jack.
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Ben Zobrist and his wife Julianna acknowledge the crowd.
  Ben Zobrist and his wife Julianna acknowledge the crowd.
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A W flag is displayed from a trolley.
  A W flag is displayed from a trolley.
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Kyle Schwarber gets the crowd revved up.
  Kyle Schwarber gets the crowd revved up.
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Kyle Schwarber gets the crowd revved up.
  Kyle Schwarber gets the crowd revved up.
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Players. from left, Jason Heyward, Kris Bryant, and Dexter Fowler acknowledge the crowd.
  Players. from left, Jason Heyward, Kris Bryant, and Dexter Fowler acknowledge the crowd.
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Sammi Hansen of Vernon Hills waves a giant W flag.
  Sammi Hansen of Vernon Hills waves a giant W flag.
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Steve May of Joliet watches the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade.
  Steve May of Joliet watches the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade.
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Keith Macht of Oxnard, California waits for the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade to begin at Wrigley Field Friday morning. Macht flew in and waited 14 hours in line for Game 3 World Series tickets to attend the game with his father. "It was a dream come true." Macht said, adding that he is thankful the parade happened before his scheduled flight back home.
  Keith Macht of Oxnard, California waits for the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade to begin at Wrigley Field Friday morning. Macht flew in and waited 14 hours in line for Game 3 World Series tickets to attend the game with his father. "It was a dream come true." Macht said, adding that he is thankful the parade happened before his scheduled flight back home.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
  The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
  The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade begins at Wrigley Field Friday morning.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
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