Photos: Cubs World Series Rally, Parade

Cubs players Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant joke with the crowd before the team is introduced at the World Series rally in Grant Park. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs manager Joe Maddon, standing next to the Commissioner's Trophy, addresses the crowd in Grant Park. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A young Cubs fan holds a "World Champs" sign at Friday's rally. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Anthony Rizzo gets emotional while introducing teammate David Ross, who retired after the team's World Series win. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs player David Ross lets out an enthusiastic greeting to fans. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


David Ross hoists the Commissioner's Trophy above his head during the team's World Series rally in Grant Park on Friday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


The city estimates about five million people attended Friday's rally and parade. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs co-owners and siblings, from left: Todd, Laura and Tom Ricketts, greet the rally's crowd. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs player Javier Baez waves to fans after being introduced. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs players Jon Lester and Anthony Rizzo hold the Commissioner's Trophy at the end of the rally. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs player Kyle Schwarber speaks at Friday's rally. To his right is Cubs sportscaster Pat Hughes, who emceed the event. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Chicago Cubs pitcher Aroldis Chapman takes a selfie on stage at the rally. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks, nicknamed "The Professor" because of his Ivy League education, is introduced to the stage. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs players, from left: Carl Edwards, Jr., Jason Heyward, Kris Bryant and Addison Russell, scope out the rally's crowd before the team is introduced Friday afternoon. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


World Series MVP Ben Zobrist, clutching his award, addresses Cubs fans. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts fakes out the crowd by pretending to throw the baseball that earned the Cubs the final out of the World Series. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A lot of blue on a blue sky day in Grant Park, as Cubs fans await their beloved World Series champs. (Paris Schutz / Chicago Tonight)

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Harry Caray’s widow Dutchie in Grant Park awaiting the rally, no doubt wishing he was here to see this. How ‘bout them green apples. (Paris Schutz / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs fans wait for the team to hit the stage. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Younger Cubs fans haven’t had to wait too long for a World Series win, but they’re still excited to be a part of history. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs owner Tom Ricketts presents the Commissioner's Trophy as the World Series parade embarks from Wrigley Field. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs player Willson Contreras greets fans as the players' double-decker bus begins the parade route. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Young Cubs fans gather at Waveland Avenue and Clark Street to catch a glimpse of the team's bus pass by. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


From left, Cubs players Anthony Rizzo, Dexter Fowler, Kris Bryant and Jason Heyward begin their parade aboard a double-decker bus. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner and his wife Diana greet the crowd outside Wrigley Field as the parade begins. Illinois Senator Mark Kirk watches from the far right. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs legend Billy Williams arrives at Wrigley Field before the Cubs World Series parade begins. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

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Chicago City Clerk and Illinois Comptroller candidate Susana Mendoza and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel arrive at the start of the Cubs parade at Wrigley Field. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson walks down Waveland Avenue before the Cubs World Series parade begins. There was a heavy law enforcement presence throughout the parade route and rally area. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Theo Epstein, president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs, speaks with the media as he walks inside Wrigley Field before the parade's start. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs fans wait for the parade to begin along Waveland Avenue. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs fans line Waveland Avenue for a chance to see the World Series champs Friday morning. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cubs fans ride a crowded CTA train Friday morning. The city is encouraging fans to use public transportation to get to the festivities at Wrigley Field and downtown. Both CTA and Metra are increasing service and adding lines. (Courtesy of Kelly Cassidy)

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