Cedar Point pays up on World Series bet with Six Flags

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SANDUSKY, Ohio-- It's time to pay up.

Cedar Point and Six Flags Great America in Illinois made a wager over the World Series.  If the Indians won, the staff at Six Flags would have to sing "Cleveland Rocks." But if the Cubs won, the folks at Cedar Point would sing "Go Cubs Go."

Then Cedar Point Vice President Jason McClure raised the stakes. The winner could rename a ride at the loser's park for the opening weekend.

Well, we all know what happened in Game 7. So on Friday, the team at the roller coaster capital of the world delivered on their promise. They posted a video of them reluctantly singing the Chicago Cubs' song.

Also, the Top Thrill Dragster will be renamed the Top Thrill Cubster. But don't worry, Tribe fans, it's not permanent. The name change is only for May 6 and 7, according to Cedar Point communications director Tony Clark.

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