The New York Mets continued their historic run Wednesday night, completing a four-game sweep of the National League Championship Series with an 8-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs. The Mets now advance to their fifth World Series, their first since the 2000 Subway Series against their crosstown rivals, the New York Yankees.

Daniel Murphy homered for the sixth game in a row, setting a new major league postseason record. Murphy had four hits in Game 4 on Wednesday, and finished the series with four home runs and a .529 average in the series.

This marks the first World Series appearance for Mets manager Terry Collins, MLB's oldest manager at 66. Collins had the ninth-most games managed without even reaching the playoffs before this October — the second most since the playoffs first expanded in 1969, according to the NY Post.

The loss for the Cubs continues a World Series drought that has lasted for more than a century. Chicago last won the World Series in 1908.

Mets Win 2015 NLCS. Sweep the Chicago Cubs 4-0