The Cubs celebrated their World Series victory by going to Disney World

After any professional sports team wins a national championship, it's inevitable that the media will ask the players: "What are you going to do now?"

The customary response?

"We're going to Disney World!"

The Chicago Cubs are no exception. In one of the most thrilling World Series in recent history, the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game 7 to end a 108-year championship drought for the franchise. Naturally, the Cubs promptly headed down to Orlando to celebrate their victory with friends, family and fans.

Ben Zobrist ("Zorilla"), second baseman and 2016 World Series MVP, could be seen smiling in front of the iconic Cinderella's Castle.

Disney Parade #JB9 #CHAMPS #FlyTheW

A video posted by Javier Báez ⚾ (@javy23baez) on

Javier Báez, infielder and co-MVP of the NLCS, posted a video on Instagram that shows he and fellow Cubs teammates riding in a parade through the theme park.

--Meaghan Latella