Cubs celebrate division title in style

null Baseball null null Let the party begin. The Cubs celebrated their first NL Central title since 2008 on Friday at Wrigley Field in one of the most exciting ways possible: a walkoff home run.  MORE: Most beloved players for each teamMiguel Montero took Brewers reliever Blaine Boyer deep with an opposite-field blast in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Cubs a 5-4 victory, their 94th win of the season. MORE: Epstein goes undercover in bleachersMORE: Major league standingsA walkoff against the Brewers was nothing new for Montero.Miguel Montero’s last 2 walk-off HR:Today, vs BrewersAug. 12, 2015, vs Brewers (also Cubs’ most recent walk-off win vs Brewers)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 16, 2016The Cubs honored fans before the game, but the bottles started popping in the Cubs clubhouse shortly after the win. Earned

. #FlyTheW— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 16, 2016Looks like a good time.— Joe Rodgers (@Rodgers_PG) September 16, 2016Sitting 42 games over .500 with a seven-game lead over the Nationals for the best record in the NL, Chicago is in prime position to clinch home field for the playoffs. It is 36-13 since July 27.