Five Things: Indians Take Game 1 As Kluber DominatesThe Indians ace made his presence felt in Game 1 and helped his team take a 1-0 series lead.
Kluber Dominates Cubs As Indians Take Game 1 Of World Series 6-0Corey Kluber pitched six-plus stellar innings, and Cleveland's vaunted bullpen took it from there as the Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 6-0 in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.
Alex Rodriguez On WFAN: Cubs Playing Schwarber In World Series Is 'Too Much Of A Risk'Slugger Kyle Schwarber will make a stunning return to the Cubs' lineup in the World Series after missing virtually the entire season with a knee injury.
Chatelain: Finally, We Cubs Fans Learn What It's Like Not To SufferThink your team has had it bad? We see your suffering and raise you. Red Sox fans, you only had to endure a mere 86-year title drought -- and your boys won seven pennants since ours had won their previous one in 1945.
Cubs World Series Ticket Going For Nearly $1 MillionFans hoping to see the Cubs play in the World Series for the first time since 1945 are finding a seat could cost them more than what their grandparents paid for their houses.
Kallet: Cubs Face Extreme Pressure To Finish The JobThey deserve tons of credit for ending the 71-year pennant curse, but finally ending the 108-year World Series drought is in an entirely different stratosphere.
LISTEN: Indians GM Mike Chernoff Discusses World Series, Andrew Miller Trade On WFANChernoff said he had a good feeling about the team in spring training, but he truly began to believe they had World Series potential when they won 14 straight in late June.
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Radio Free Montone: Why I Love BaseballEric Hosmer’s daring dash home in the 9th-inning of game 5 broke the hearts of Mets fans. And I am a Met fan, but…the play Hosmer made is why I love baseball.
Mets Fans Vent Over World Series Loss, But Agree Future Is BrightSome fans now wonder if Harvey gave too much by returning to the mound in the ninth after tossing eight scoreless innings.
Keidel: Chins Up, Mets And Mets Fans, Because You Still Own This CityIt was a perfect microcosm. Of the men and the Mets.