If you're reading at this blog, then you weren't watching Game of Thrones.
And you weren't watching James LeBron's Cleveland Cavaliers win the NBA championship.
You were watching a finely tuned Cubs team with their boots firmly on the necks of the Pittsburgh Pirates as they out-hit, out-homered, out pitched, out-managed and out rookie'd the Bucs in a 10-5 victory/sweep at beautiful Wrigley Field.
And you probably didn't have the ESPN sound on and instead listened to Pat and Ron's radio broadcast (what was up with the dead spaces, SCORE radio?).
So when Willson Contreras came up to a standing O and hit the first Bigs pitch he'd ever seen 400+ feet into the center field bleachers, you heard Pat Hughes make his famous homer call.
I immediately got texts from everywhere because it was so impossibly cool.
I don't have the time to search, but it has to be kind of historically possible that when Bryant, Rizzo, Russell, Contreras and Baez all hit homers in the same game, no team in baseball history had as many youngsters go yard in one game as last night.
Plus, Kyle Hendricks.
Plus, Rangers 5 Cardinals 4.
Plus, Cardinals, Pirates both have 5 game losing streaks.
Tonight the Cubs can keep the Cardinal Spiral happening.
PS: Yeah, that's actually Harry Caray's home run call. But that wouldn't have worked in the illustration, so EXCUUUUSE ME.