Another piece of baseball history is visiting the Quad-Cities next week.

The Chicago Cubs are doing a Midwest tour this winter of the 2016 World Series trophy. It is coming to Davenport on Monday.

In the post up above is an interview with Cubs EVP of Community Affairs Mike Lufrano with Zach James.

World Series - Cleveland Indians v Chicago Cubs - Game Five
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The championship trophy will be at the River Music Experience, located on 129 Main Street, from noon-1:30 on Monday afternoon.

The first 500 fans that show up will be guaranteed a photo with the trophy, like these fans have over the winter. Those 500 fans will receive a wristband to confirm his/her spot in line.

Those fans who aren't the first 500 will get a photo if time allows.

After the trophy stops in Davenport, it'll stop in Iowa City on the University of Iowa campus later that evening.

On Tuesday, the trophy starts the day in Cedar Rapids (8-9:30 a.m.), then makes visits in Waterloo and Mason City.

The World Series trophy will make its only stop on Wednesday at Principal Park, home of the Cubs' Triple-A affiliate, the Iowa Cubs, in Des Moines.

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