Miami Marlins Twitter goes wild after sweeping Chicago Cubs in MLB playoffs

When you win your first MLB playoff series in 17 years, you get to let loose a little bit.

With a dominant outing from pitcher Sixto Sanchez, the Miami Marlins swept the Chicago Cubs in a National League Wild Card Series with a 2-0 victory Friday at Wrigley Field. The Marlins were 31-29 this season, earning a playoff spot after finishing second in the NL East. The Cubs won the NL Central.

After former Philadelphia Phillies player Ricky Bottalico called the Marlins "Bottom Feeders," they've embraced that too. They even had T-shirts made.

For a team that lost 105 games in 2019 and saw 18 players sidelined during because of coronavirus precautions, the Marlins, and the team's official Twitter account, got wild after winning.