In the World Series of Googling, Cubs have already won

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Kris Bryant is the most searched Cub player on Google. | AP file photo

When it comes to the World Series of Googling, the Cubs have already won.

According to Google Trends, the Cubs beat out the Cleveland Indians in terms of most searched team in every state, except one — Ohio, of course.

Courtesy Google Trends

Courtesy Google Trends

When you drill down for which players are searched the most, here are the results for the Cubs:

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Courtesy Google Trends

And for the Indians:

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Courtesy Google Trends

The top question on the minds of people focused on the Cubs concerns, oddly enough, Eddie Vedder.

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Courtesy Google Trends

Indian fans, meanwhile, are maybe getting a little ahead of themselves with their top question for Google about a victory party.

Courtesy Google Trends

Courtesy Google Trends

Contributing: Lynn Sweet


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