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The End of the Drought and the Beginning of a New Era: The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions

Michael Martinez grounded it to third where Kris Bryant gloved it, threw it to Anthony Rizzo, and the game was over. That was the play that ended it all, and the Chicago Cubs were World Series Champions for the first time in 108 years. History. #FlyTheW pic.twitter.com/S8vVDYA87T — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) …

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A Gator Grad and a Gainesville Native Star in World Series Finale

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In what some are calling the greatest game of baseball ever played, two players have ties to the Gainesville area. Andrew Miller,  a Gainesville native and Buchholz High School graduate, who is a relief pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and David Ross, a catcher for the Chicago Cubs who played …

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ESPN’s Rick Sutcliffe talks Indians-Cubs World Series Game 7

Former Major League pitcher and current ESPN baseball analyst Rick Sutcliffe discussed tonight’s Game 7 of the World Series. Sutcliffe’s Dilemma Sutcliffe has dual-alumni membership with Cleveland and Chicago, pitching for both clubs in 1984. After making the All-Star team for the Cleveland Indians in 1983, Sutcliffe was traded to the Chicago Cubs the following …

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Preview: World Series Game 7

Game 7 of the World Series will be nothing less than nerve-wracking for the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians. A 108-year dry spell could come to an end tonight for one team, while a 68 year drought could end for the other. Series Recap The odds were in the Indians’ favor …

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World Series Preview: Cubs, Indians Back in Cleveland for Game 6

Tonight, the Cleveland Indians are looking to leave the field as World Series Champions for the first time in 68 years. The Chicago Cubs, on the other hand, are looking to push for another game to help their chances at the title. No matter who comes out with tonight’s win, Game 6 is …

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First World Series Game at Wrigley Field Since 1945

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October 10, 1945. That was the last time Wrigley Field hosted a World Series game. The Chicago Cubs lost 9-3 to the Detroit Tigers in Game 7. CLE ➡️ CHI. Tomorrow. #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/C70Mj5MFie — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 28, 2016 A New Hope General Manager Theo Epstein and Manager Joe …

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Cubs Take Game 2

The Chicago Cubs, who did not start the World Series with home-field advantage even thought they won nine more games then the Cleveland Indians, take Game 2 by a score of 5-1 to even the series at 1-1. One down. #FlyTheW pic.twitter.com/lrlKuvs07C — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 27, 2016 The …

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