The Chicago Cubs are officially your Major League Baseball 2016 World Series Champions — and fans on both sides have (most-likely) bitten off all of their finger nails.
Both teams haven't won a World Series for more than 50 consecutive seasons, which made the stakes that much higher. Though the Cubs ultimately took the W, the Cleveland Indians didn't give up without a fight.
But they did give everyone a legit heart attack in the process.
Things really got intense when both teams made history after the two tied 6-6 at the bottom of the 8th inning.
With two outs, the Indians' Rajai Davis got a two-run homerun, bringing the score from 6-3 to 6-6, making this World Series the first to have a tie game at such a late inning.
Of course, people lost their shit.
Ultimately, the Cubs took home the W — their first World Series Championship since 1908.
After the rain delay, the Cubs scored two runs in the top of the 10th inning, taking the lead 8-6.
Pitcher Mike Montgomery closed out the bottom of the 10th with a ground ball to the third baseman to secure a Cubs victory.