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2016 World Series Schedule & Recaps   

Cubs- Indians

Game 1 Tue-Oct 25- 8 PM Corey Kluber dominated into the seventh inning, Roberto Perez had four RBI with a pair of home runs and the Indians beat the Cubs 6-0 in Tuesday night's opener of a highly anticipated matchup between the teams with baseball's longest championship droughts.
Game 2 Wed-Oct 26- 8 PM Jake Arrieta carried a no-hit bid into the sixth inning, Kyle Schwarber drove in two runs and the Cubs brushed off a shutout to even the Series with their first Fall Classic win in more than seven decades, 5-1 over the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday night.
Game 3 Fri-Oct 28- 8 PM Cody Allen escaped a ninth-inning jam and the Indians set a major league record with their fifth shutout this postseason, holding off the Cubs 1-0 Friday night for a 2-1 lead in the World Series. Pinch-hitter Coco Crisp delivered an RBI single in the seventh off Carl EdwardsJr. And that was all Cleveland needed to win the first Series game at Wrigley since 1945.
Game 4 Sat-Oct 29- 8 PM Corey Kluber pitched six sparkling innings on short rest for his second victory this week and the Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 7-2 Saturday night, taking a 3-1 lead and nearing their first championship since 1948.
Game 5 Sun Oct 30-8 PM As nervous fans fretted at Wrigley Field,  Aroldis Chapman from  fired his 100 mph heat over and over, preserving a 3-2 win Sunday night that cut Cleveland's Series lead to 3-2.
Game 6 Tue,Nov 1- 8 PM Addison Russell hit a grand slam and tied a Series record with six RBI, and Chicago took advantage of a huge early misplay in Cleveland's outfield as the Cubs, their offense finally revving, throttled the Indians 9-3 on Tuesday night in Game 6 to push this tense tug-of-war between baseball's two longest title drought holders to the limit.
Game 7 Wed-,Nov 2-8 PM Ending more than a century of flops, futility and frustration, the Cubs won their first title since 1908, outlasting the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in 10 innings of a Game 7 thriller early Thursday.




Theo Epstein and Joe Maddon celebrate the Cubs winning the World Series for first time since 1908


Cubs fans at Parade at Grant Park.


5 million fans attended the Cubs parade and celebration rally.

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