Doug Glanville narrates heartfelt Cubs hype video


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The Wrigley Field home opener is finally here.

Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Doug Glanville shares his memories and feelings that he and others have had about playing at Wrigley Field.

"Baez, Schwarber, Bryant, Rizzo, Contreras, Russell, Hendricks," Glanville said in the video. "Our past, present, and our future together on the tallest mountain Chicago has even conquered. All trying to do it once again and to make one into two out of three (titles). "We're home. Fly the W."

If this video doesn't get you excited for today's home opener, it might be time to turn in your Cubs fan card.

Check out the video below:



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