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HOLY COW! In wake of Cubs’ World Series victory, advertisers show that “Someday” is real

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A Chicago fan sits on top a street pole as people gather to watch the Chicago Cubs take on the Cleveland Indians in Cleveland in game seven of the 2016 World Series, outside Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois late on November 2, 2016. Ending America's longest sports title drought in dramatic fashion, the Chicago Cubs captured their first World Series since 1908 by defeating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in a 10-inning thriller that concluded early on November 3. / AFP / Tasos Katopodis

CHICAGO — In the minutes after the Chicago Cubs 8-7 victory over the Cleveland Indians in World Series game seven, Cubs fans everywhere celebrated — and advertisers played off that joy in their own way.

Budweiser didn’t waste any time getting the word out with the following ad that played off some nostalgia. With the magic of television, the ad featured a call on the this last game from the great Cubs play-by-play man, Harry Caray.

Nike played off that “Someday” thought from Caray with its own ad. It features a young boy in Chicago — fully decked out in his Cubs gear — dreaming of that “Someday.” It’s a “Someday” Cubs fans young and old no longer have to imagine.

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