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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

Wrigley Field

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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Another Title for The Land?

When it comes to droughts, the Cleveland Indians are no stranger. It has been 68 years since the Tribe have claimed a World Series championship. In nearly seven decades, it has been tough for Cleveland fans. Six years after their second World Series victory, the Indians entered the Fall Classic with …

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Gainesville Native Andrew Miller Named ALCS MVP

On Wednesday night, Buchholz High School alum Andrew Miller joined Dennis Eckersley, Mariano Rivera and Koji Uehara as one of only four relievers to win an ALCS MVP. Miller was lights out in the American League Championship Series vs. Toronto, pitching 7 2/3 innings while giving up no runs, no walks, …

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ALCS Recap: Cleveland Slides Past Toronto, Headed to World Series

For the first time since 1997, the Cleveland Indians are headed to the World Series. The Indians sealed the deal in Game 5 last night when they beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 to clinch the American League Championship Series. Indians on the Mound After unexpectedly being called upon this series, …

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Gainesville’s Andrew Miller Lights Out for Indians

The New York Yankees’ may be shaking their heads over trading their relief pitcher to the Cleveland Indians.  Gainesville native Andrew Miller has become the face of the Indians en route to pitching nine scoreless innings this postseason. Currently in the ALCS Since the Yankees sent Miller to Cleveland for …

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Indians Pitching Continues To Dominate Toronto

Baseball history seems to remember bloody pitchers; Schilling’s bloody sock for the Red Sox back in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS, and now they have Trevor Bauer’s bloody pinky in Game 3 of the 2016 ALCS. Except Schilling pitched seven innings giving up just one run, while Bauer was …

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