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Goatbusters11 Wins To Take the World Series, 11 Curses To Conquer. Heres A Game-By-Game Look At How The Cubs Did It.Congrats Cubs Fans! Soak up Chicagos path to victory. Crushing the curse of the billy goatThe curse The most well-known of the Cubs many curses began when Billy Goat Tavern owner Billy Sianis brought his goat, Murphy, to Game 4 of the 1945 World Series at Wrigley. His goat didnt smell so great and fans complained so he was kicked out. On his way out, Sianis said the Cubs aint gonna win no more.How the curse was killed108 years of heartache. Gone. The Cubs held on in one of the wildest Game 7s baseball has ever seen and suddenly wait til next year became its happening this year with a World Series-clinching win.Next upA championship parade through the streets of Chicago.Win probability shiftBen Zobrists RBI double increased the Cubs chances of winning by32.2%Chances of winning it allThe curse is over. The Chicago Cubs are World Series champions!100%Pictured: Ben Zobrist celebrates his 10th-inning RBI in Game 7. Crushing the Bartman curseThe curse Steve Bartman - donning his now-infamous hat, glasses and headphones - had his hand on one of the Cubs most painful moments when he knocked a foul ball away from Moises Alou in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS. Chicago never rebounded from the moment, losing the series to the Marlins in seven games.How the curse was killedTyler Naquin and the Indians gave the Cubs an inch with their outfield miscue, and Addison Russell took over from there. After driving his first two runs of Game 6 when a miscommunication in the outfield allowed a two-run double to drop in, Russell left no doubt there would be another night of baseball when he belted a grand slam in the third.Next upWorld Series Game 7: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 @ IndiansWin probability shiftAddison Russells two-run double increased the Cubs chances of winning by16.1%Chances of winning it allWith the World Series tied 3-3, the Cubs are 1 win from the ultimate prize.46%Pictured: Addison Russell celebrates as the Cubs roll in Game 6. Crushing the curse of the black catThe curse 1969 was looking good for the Cubs - until a black cat appeared in front of their dugout and circled Cubs star Ron Santo at Shea Stadium during a September game. The omen foretold a collapse of epic proportions as Chicagos grip on first place disappeared and the Mets went on to win the World Series.How the curse was killedKris Bryants bat woke up. 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But this is the Cubs were talking about here, and a run of injuries too long to list kept Chicago from riding its ace duo to World Series glory in the early 2000s.How the curse was killedIn case you havent heard: The Chicago Cubs are going to the World Series! Dexter Fowler got things started with a double, Kris Bryant drove him in and the NLCS-clinching drubbing of Clayton Kershaw was on at Wrigley Field.Next upWorld Series Game 1: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 @ IndiansWin probability shiftKris Bryants first-inning RBI single increased the Cubs chances of winning by7.6%Chances of winning it allWith a 4-2 triumph in the NLCS, the Cubs are 4 wins away from the ultimate prize.63%Pictured: Dexter Fowler scores the Cubs first run of NLCS Game 6. Crushing the Kwa-Ma-Rolas curseThe curse The Kwa-Ma-Rolas totem pole was erected on Lake Shore Drive in 1929. According to Native American legend, it should be facing east, toward Lake Michigan. 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