Game 7 of the 2016 World Series will be remembered by baseball fans for the rest of time. In a 10 inning instant classic the Chicago Cubs became World Champions for the first time in 108 years. The city of Chicago and baseball will never be the same after history was rewritten this week, but with every winner there must be a loser. Chicago wasn't the only team staving for a championship as Cleveland hasn't won a title since 1948. They'll continue to wait. Just 10 hours after the final out was made, Jim Rosenhaus, voice of the Cleveland Indians joined Big Board Sports and talked about the mood of the city, what could have been done differently in retrospect, and what the future holds in Cleveland moving forward.