CHICAGO (WLS) -- The city's homeless got to have a feast Tuesday night thanks to a friendly World Series wager.
Cardinal Blase Cupich made a bet with the Archdiocese of Cleveland.
Since the Indians lost to the Cubs, the archdiocese sent a feast for more than 130 people, including sausage, sauerkraut, salad, and desserts.
But in the spirit of helping those in need, Cupich sent to Cleveland enough deep dish pizzas and baked goods to feed more than 100 people.
Chicago homeless get chance to eat up after Cardinal Cupich wins World Series bet