Jon Lester Is Live-Tweeting The Cubs’ World Series Parade, And It’s Awesome

If you’re a Chicago Cubs fan who couldn’t make it to the Cubs’ World Series parade Friday, Jon Lester has you covered.

The now three-time World Series winner once again was nails in the Fall Classic, pitching in three games, including the deciding Game 7 while giving the Cubs brilliant work out of the bullpen.

On Friday, literally millions showed up to shower the Cubs with praise while celebrating the first World Series win for the North Siders in more than 100 years. Lester apparently brought along his phone and live-tweeted the entire ordeal.

First, he posed for a picture with the National League Championship trophy and wasn’t impressed.

Then, it was on to the iconic double-decker buses to hit the parade route.

The retiring David Ross, who literally went out on top, almost didn’t survive the celebration.

But the Cubs weren’t the only ones riding high.

John Lackey, meanwhile, needs a new pair of shades.

Some other highlights:

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