At Wednesday night's ESPY awards, the Cubs won the Best Moment award for their victory in the 2016 World Series — and the most bizarre bit.
It involved Bill Murray accepting the award on stage that ended a 108-year championship drought.
Wearing a red party hat on top of a backward Cubs cap, Murray cracked, "One hundred eight years of waiting is hardly a moment. This is the culmination of 108 years of momentum by momentous men."
The actor and comic plucked a bottle of champagne out of a mop bucket being pushed by retired Cubs catcher David Ross disguised as a janitor.
Murray used a sword to open the bottle and took a swig. He gave presenter Nick Offerman a...