Just hours before Opening Day, Cubs fans celebrate 2016 title one last time

  • Maureen Wright of Mundelein takes a selfie with her daughter, Rachel, 15, and the World Series trophy during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour's stop Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex.

      Maureen Wright of Mundelein takes a selfie with her daughter, Rachel, 15, and the World Series trophy during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour's stop Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Charles Bowers of Gurnee brings his wife, Katie, and his children, Kamryn and Nolan, to see the World Series trophy during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour's stop Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex.

      Charles Bowers of Gurnee brings his wife, Katie, and his children, Kamryn and Nolan, to see the World Series trophy during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour's stop Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Pat Fredsbo of Mundelein holds a picture of her father, Earl Redker, as she takes a picture with the trophy and her husband, Bill, during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour on Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Fredsbo said the her father, who died in 2000, was a lifelong Cubs fan.

      Pat Fredsbo of Mundelein holds a picture of her father, Earl Redker, as she takes a picture with the trophy and her husband, Bill, during the Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour on Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex. Fredsbo said the her father, who died in 2000, was a lifelong Cubs fan. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 4/2/2017 4:18 PM

Some Chicago Cubs fans had a chance Sunday to celebrate opening day of the 2017 baseball season and their team's 2016 championship all on the same day.

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