And while ticker-tape parades aren't exactly the typical style for celebrating such victories, the Bulls are planning a one-night celebration later this month in which fans can get up close and personal with the championship trophies and such.
The Bulls have announced their National Championship Celebration, set for Wednesday, October 21 from 6-8pm at the DBAP downtown. Both trophies will be on-hand -- and the first 500 fans will get a chance to have their photos taken with them, in the Bulls' locker room no less.
A free ballpark dinner of hot dogs, chips and soda will also be available for those first 500, along with a commemorative photo of the 2009 Bulls and a chance to meet Bulls players Elliot Johnson and Chris Richard.
Don't forget to bring your baseball gloves, as the lights will be on and the field will be open for fans wanting to toss the ball down on the playing surface.
It's also a chance to sign up on the team's priority list for tickets to next spring's exhibition game against the 2010 Tampa Bay Rays, which will help kick off the Bulls' return to the DBAP in April.
By the way, if you missed seeing the Bulls clinch the national championship -- well, here you go: