Anthony Rizzo, Dexter Fowler, and David Ross represented the World Series champion (still feels weird to say) Chicago Cubs on this week’s edition of Saturday Night Live.

Joining the Cubs for one segment was lifelong Cubs fan and SNL legend Bill Murray, as they all sang the team’s victory song “Go Cubs Go” as a barbershop quartet:

Rizzo, Ross, and Fowler also appeared in a sketch in which they played as themselves… but as strippers. This was, well, interesting:

Fowler: What’s up girls? Who wants to hit a granny slam?

Ross: Don’t worry, grandma. Grandpa Rossy will take good care of ya.

Rizzo: It’s your lucky night… we’re about to pull a triple header. 

The players and Murray joined host Benedict Cumberbatch at the end of the show:

Kris Bryant — the likely NL MVP — certainly enjoyed seeing his teammates on SNL:

Speaking of Bryant, he will get a late-night television appearance of his own on Monday night, when he appears on Jimmy Kimmel Live.


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