After putting together the team that broke the 86-year curse of the Bambino in '04 with the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs' president of baseball operations Theo Epstein has ended an even bigger drought. 

With the Cubs' 8-7, extra-inning, Game 7 win over the Cleveland Indians, Epstein's has officially topped his work in Boston and has brought a title to a Franchise that's been searching for one since 1908.

So, if thwarting an 86-year curse didn't already do it, bringing an end to a 108-year drought should surely cement the 42-year-old's place in Cooperstown.

Take that, Larry Lucchino and John Henry.

Congrats on an already Hall-of-Fame worthy career, Theo.

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