Addison Russell is living the dream after Cubs’ World Series win
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Life still isn’t back to normal for Addison Russell, the 22-year-old Chicago Cubs shortstop who helped break the curse and deliver the first World Series title to the North Side since 1908.

Russell took part in the team’s giant parade, got whisked off to Disney World and even was given the key to the city in Pensacola. You know what they say: To the victors, go the spoils.


Russell joined the StewPod this week to talk about the World Series win, all that’s come after it and getting back to normal offseason life. The World Series isn’t exactly a high that goes away after a week or two, but Russell says he’s already getting back into the parenting routine, playing the new “Call of Duty” game and binge-watching some TV shows he’s missed.

Russell joined us on behalf of MET-Rx, which he says is an essential part of his conditioning plan whether it’s regular-season travel time or offseason Dad time.

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