CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs fans waited 71 years to celebrate a return to the World Series.Overjoyed fans streamed out of Wrigley Field and into the streets Saturday night after the Cubs beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 6 of the NL Championship Series to earn their first trip to the World Series since 1945.Many people donned Cubbie blue and held W flags. Two people climbed a traffic pole, with one man shimmying all the way to the end. Police said he was later arrested, as were a couple of fans who lit fireworks.A majority of the crowd, however, celebrated the victory peacefully. Many took selfies in front of the stadium and hugged one another. Some also broke out in song, while others shook up beer bottles and sprayed the crowd.Police officers, including about a dozen cops on horseback, kept a close eye on the crowd. And some officers were seen giving high-fives to fans as they walked by.Brian Dusza, who was at Wrigley for Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, never thought hed see the team win the pennantI never thought Id see it, Dusza, 49, said after attending Saturdays game. I cant even describe what Im feeling.Among the few thousand fans who stayed in their seats an hour after the game ended was Ed Koenig of Darien. His eyes welled up as he talked about his father, who died in May.He never got to see this, Koenig said. I havent been to a game this season without him and when my friend won a lottery for these tickets, I thought `how am I going to go without my dad?But his friend convinced him to go.I have his watch on, Koenig said, showing off the watch on his wrist. I thought I was going without my dad, but Im with him.Before the game, Steve Zucker said that if the team won, he would go to his fathers grave and leave him a Cubs hat and T-shirt.My dad died playing cards, listening to the game on a little transistor radio, so I may bring that, too, Zucker said.Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks said after the game that this win and trip to the World Series was for the fans.I hope they enjoy this. They have been waiting a long time, Hendricks said. Best fans in the baseball, most dedicated fans, and they deserve a lot more of these.The Cubs will face the Cleveland Indians in Game 1 on Tuesday, with the series returning to Wrigley Field for Game 3 on Friday. Cheap Jackie Robinson Jersey . Ferrer, trying to win his fourth title on Mexican soil, will next play South Africas Kevin Anderson, who eliminated American Sam Querrey,7-6 (2), 6-4. 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Born and raised in Toronto, Bradwell is entering his sixth CFL season, with all six played for his hometown Argonauts. Cheap Los Angeles Dodgers Jerseys .2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for the leagues broadcast and multimedia rights. Eddie Betts booted six goals as Adelaide ended North Melbournes AFL season with a 62-point elimination final belting on Saturday night, but two key Crows face tribunal concerns.Adelaide defender Kyle Hartigan was reported for tripping and fellow backman Daniel Talia could be charged with striking in the Crows 21.15 (141) to 12.7 (79) victory at Adelaide Oval.The Crows advance to an away semi-final against Sydney, with Hawthorn to meet Western Bulldogs in the other semi-final. Qualifying final winners Geelong and Greater Western Sydney have secured home preliminary finals in a fortnight.The Crows ended the distinguished North careers of Brent Harvey, Drew Petrie, Nick Dal Santo and Michael Firrito.With the Roos quartet not being given fresh contracts at the club, only Dal Santo offered evidence on Saturday night that their delistings werent premature - he was arguably Norths best player.Brilliant Crow Betts will star on the highlight reel but his teammates Hartigan and Talia will anxiously await match review panel verdicts after viewing the replay on Monday.Hartigan was reported on the spot for tripping Kangaroo Lindsay Thomas in the second quarter - the Crow thrust his left leg into Thomas knee.And Talia appeared to fell Roo forward Petrie with a left forearm in an act which sparked a fiery melee, also in the second term.ddddddddddddThe incidents took some gloss off a polished second-half display from the Crows, who led by just 12 points at halftime.Betts then was a key character in a third-term onslaught from the home side: Adelaide kicked eight goals to three to book their semi-final spot.Betts booted three goals for the quarter and helped form a dominant Crows attack also boasting Tom Lynch (four goals) and Taylor Walker and Josh Jenkins, who each kicked two.Adelaide defender Brodie Smith (29 disposals, two goals) and teammate Matt Crouch (29 possessions) were superb while the Kangaroos had few clear-cut winners - Dal Santo (29 touches) was industrious and Jack Ziebell (22 disposals) battled gamely, while Majak Daw slotted four goals and Thomas booted three.Adelaide coach Don Pyke praised the even spread of contributors in his winning side.I was really proud of the guys tonight, Pyke said.It started with our effort around the ball.Pyke also praised Betts performance.Hes a special player, Eddie, and tonight he did some special things, he said. 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