Athletes and teams around Chicago went crazy when the Cubs clinched the NLDS

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When a team in Chicago is on a roll, everyone gets on board. Not only did Cubs fans celebrate Tuesday night when the Cubs clinched their NLDS series against the Cardinals, but athletes across the city enjoyed the game.

From the moment Hector Rondon got the final strike of the game through the hours of celebration that would follow, Twitter was filled with congratulatory messages.

But the Cubs had some celebrating to do of their own.

Dexter Fowler and his wife Darya

Anthony Rizzo and his mom

Miguel Montero is still right #WeAreGood

Jorge Soler is making a lot of Cubs fans feel old

Dan Haren asks the important questions

Other teams and athletes from other sports around Chicago took part in the celebration as well, as they have since the start of the postseason.

The Blackhawks love the Cubs

The Bears are proud of the Cubs

The Sky has been on board

Bulls keep it short and sweet

Even the Fire hate St. Louis

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