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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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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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Cubs Rely On Jake Arrieta To Even Up World Series

The Indians notched a Game 1 World Series win against Chicago and the Cavaliers received their championship rings. Suffice to say that the evening of Oct.25 in Cleveland was sublime. But despite a convincing Game 1 victory for Cleveland, it’d be unwise to start doubting the Cubs, the team expected to …

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