The Cubs are down 3-1 to the Indians, and the Indians have earned it.
Analysis and Commentary
Nothing is over, as we’ve seen before, but this is not a good spot to be in.
Hitting the road and taking in a World Series game in enemy territory.
That was the deepest World Series no-hitter in almost 50 years. How about that?
After last night’s win, things are looking fairly bright for the Cubs.
Trevor Bauer takes on the Cubs tonight in Game 2 of the 2016 World Series.
To be quite clear: losing the first game in the series doesn’t mean the Cubs are screwed. Come on, now.
If you were beefing about the zone, you probably don’t have a case.
The Cubs face in the Indians’ ace in Game One.
The World Series begins today. The one you’ve waited for.
Position by position, the Cubs have more strengths than the Indians, though not everywhere.
I couldn’t do these things without your support. That, plus more from last night’s ground-shifting win.
Any hope embedded in that title? Well, maybe a little something to hold onto.