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Chicago welcoming it's newest Cubs fans months after the historic world series win that ended a 108 year losing streak. A Chicago hospital near Wrigley Field reporting a baby boom over the past several weeks that anecdotally points to last fall's euphoria that may have inspired some couples to conceive.
>> We had been trying to have a baby, and it just so happened that they night that the Cubs won the World Series that we had a little extra luck on our side. So nine, ten months ago, and here he is.>> Doctors at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center welcoming back the new additions and their parents.
Where six World Championship babies were delivered in recent weeks. That hospital telling the Chicago Tribune they've seen double the average number of births recently. And expect this spike to continue into the month of August.>>