Battle lines are being across America as baseball fans decide which long-suffering team deserves a World Series victory the most - the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians. And America's top celebrities are also entering the fray. Here's where some notable personalities stand on the World Series.
1. Bill Murray: Cubs
Nothing epitomizes the pain and suffering that Cubs fans have endured during the club's 108 year championship drought quite like Bill Murray getting choked up when his team made the World Series.
2. Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Cubs
3. Eddie Vedder: Cubs
Grunge bands were known for being apathetic, but Pearl Jam lead singer broke that stereotype when the Cubs clinched the National League pennant.
4. Stephen Colbert: Cubs
The Late Show host is such a huge Cubs fan that he actually moonlighted as a concession worker at Wrigley Field last month.
5. Hillary Clinton: Cubs
Hillary Clinton first gained national attention as First Lady of Arkansas, but she was born in Chicago. And her Windy City roots showed when she found out the hometown Cubs made the World Series.
6. Tom Hanks: Indians
America's dad braced for backlash when he announced his support for Cleveland earlier this week on The Late Show.
"You can all stick your pins in me right now," he told host Stephen Colbert. "I know the entire world, and three legged dogs and orphan children are all rooting for the Chicago Cubs." But Hanks developed a fondness for the Indians after "spend[ing] three long hot summers doing Shakespeare in Cleveland, blowing time watching the Indians play."
7. Stephen King: Indians
Tom Hanks isn't the only one sick of all the attention Chicago's getting. Horror writer Stephen King recently took to Twitter to rally support for the Tribe.
Enough with the Cubs! How about some love for the Cleveland Indians? GO, TRIBE!— Stephen King (@StephenKing) October 24, 2016
8. Lebron James: Indians
Stephen isn't the only King supporting The Tribe. Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James showed support for his hometown team on Twitter recently.
9. Charlie Sheen: Indians
Alright, we're not sure if Sheen is actually a Cleveland fan. But he did pitch for the Indians in the movies Major League and Major League II. And he offered to throw out the ceremonial first pitch to support The Tribe.
10. Arsenio Hall: Indians
The former talk show host says he's been waiting for this moment for almost 50 years.
I gotta work Saturday, but I will be there in spirit. Been waiting for this since I was 11 years old. https://t.co/sWEK0kEBeQ— Arsenio Hall (@ArsenioHall) October 21, 2016
BONUS: Will Ferrell
Regardless of which team you root for, everyone can enjoy Will Ferrell's impersonation of legendary Chicago sportscaster Harry Caray. The Saturday Night Live alumnus made a surprise appearance as Caray earlier this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live!