Cubs Win Yearbook Prediction

There have been a lot of signs indicating to 2016 being a Cubs’ year, though this might be a wildest yet.

Back in 1993, one Chicago Cubs fan likely in his high propagandize annual that a group would win a World Series 23 years later.

“Chicago Cubs, 2016 World Champions. You listened it here first,” a quote underneath Michael Lee’s name reads. 

1993 High School Yearbook Quote Predicted Cubs World Series Win for 20161993 High School Yearbook Quote Predicted Cubs World Series Win for 2016Marcos Meza shows his 1993 annual from Mission Viejo High School, featuring a quote presaging a Cubs will win a World Series in 2016. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016)

Fast brazen to 2016, and a Cubs are headed to their initial World Series in 71 years.

“In high propagandize we graduated and we saw that quote and we suspicion it was a humorous quote,” pronounced Mission Viejo High School alum Marcos Meza, who pronounced he has famous Lee given seventh grade.

Lee was from Chicago though lifted in California, Meza said, and always confirmed his devotion to a Windy City. The dual friends had mislaid hit after high school, though connected on amicable media in 2009, when they initial reminisced about a annual prophecy that was only 7 years away.

“I told Mike, ‘Dude we had a coolest annual quote,’” Meza said.

Michael Lee could not immediately be reached for criticism on a story.

Meza, a Dodgers fan, pronounced he didn’t consider a prophecy would come loyal — until a Cubs kick a Dodgers in a NLCS.

“I kept still on it since I’m a Dodgers guy,” he said. “But once a Dodgers mislaid we was like, ‘Man I’ve got to get this out there.’”

After he common a image, other photos of a annual began popping adult on Twitter and Reddit.

Meza pronounced as a print gained traction on amicable media, many people questioned if it was photoshopped, so he took videos of his annual to determine them.

He pronounced he knows Cubs fans are fallacious though he believes a 23-year-old prophecy isn’t a jinx, though fate.

“It’s not like Bartman interfering with a round though we consider a Cubs are there,” he said. “Those difference went from [Lee’s] lips to God’s ear. And if we was a Cubs fan I’d be insane he didn’t envision it in 1999.”

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