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A few Cubs showed their Pride in Chicago this year by bringing one of the city’s prized possessions to the parade AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh
Chicago Cubs' Jon Lester holds the Commissioners Trophy as he celebrates with teammates during a celebration honoring the World Series champions at Grant Park in Chicago, Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh

Now, “That’s Cub.”

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Over the weekend, there were many Pride celebrations happening throughout the city. From Boystown to the top of the Hancock Building, the city was very Proud.

Not only did the city show its Pride, but the Cubs World Series Championship Trophy also made an appearance.

The Chicago Cubs brought the city’s crowned jewel on their float on Sunday, and the crowd was loving it.

Check out the Cubs’ bling on the float:

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