It was never going to be easy, was it? But when Wednesday night finally came to an end, the Chicago Cubs were World Series champions.
It’s come down to this. Game 7 of the World Series. Kyle Hendricks going against Corey Kluber, who’s making his 3rd start of the series. Don’t miss it.
Cleveland had a 3-1 lead on the Chicago Cubs, but here we are. We’ve got one more game of baseball, a Game 7, and there’s plenty to look forward to.
Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs scored more runs than they did the previous two games. And that was just enough to get this World Series back to Cleveland.
Chicago has returned to Wrigleyville without their offense, and suddenly backs are against the wall as they face a 3-1 series deficit.
Playing a World Series game at Wrigley Field for the first time since 1945, Cubs fans were understandably amped. But in the end, Cleveland won the night.
Can Cleveland swing the series back home? They’ll have to win one of the next three games to do so, starting with Tomlin v. Hendricks tonight.
The Red Sox may not be competing for MLB’s grandest prize, but this series is littered with various old friends, all of whom have played a major role.
What does Andrew Miller throwing 46 pitches for Cleveland in Game 1 of the World Series mean for Game 2? Right now, that doesn’t matter.
Marco Estrada added to his light, but impressive Blue Jays playoff resume Thursday afternoon, while six long balls littered our nightcap.
Scott Ruffcorn, drafted 25th overall, had plenty of hype around him for three consecutive years. Unfortunately, he could never throw strikes.
Adam Wainwright’s injury is the latest stoke to the fire that is the DH debate.
With free agent signings, a new manager, and young players contributing in the rotation, bullpen, and on the field, a new team is coming together.
Terry Francona is the 2013 American League Manager of the Year, and he earned it.