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"Michael Lee"  It's a name you may not have known yesterday but today, everyone is talking about him. He is being called the "God of the Chicago Cubs." In his high school yearbook photo from 1993, he correctly predicted that the Chicago Cubs would win the World Series in 2016!

At the time, Lee was a high school senior at Mission Viejo High School and for his senior quote he wrote, ""Chicago Cubs. 2016 World Champions. You heard it here first."

Today, Lee actually lives in Chicago and in an interview with WGN, he said he used that for his senior quote based on a dream he had when he was a kid. Lee said his dream was so vivid he remembered it all the way through high school. He could see "2016" up on the scoreboard and hear Harry Caray announcing, "Cubs win the World Series."


 

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