Cubs open as heavy favorite to beat Indians in World Series

Cubs open as heavy favorite to beat Indians in World Series

Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras and relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman (54) celebrate after Game 6 of the National League baseball championship series against the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Chicago.

It's OK to say it out loud now, Chicago.

It wasn't just that the Cubs won the National League pennant.

- In case you haven't heard - for the first time in 71 years - the Cubs are going to the World Series! Game 1 is Tuesday.

The Cubs will play Game 1 of the World Series against the Indians on Tuesday (October 25) in Cleveland, reports ABC 7 Chicago. "You look back and think about the whole season as a whole". "Way to go Cubs!, tweeted Obama". It had been a long time coming and this Cinderella team proved that they were not going to let history or a renowned curse get in their way of reaching their ultimate goal. "Those are unique ingredients that make this one special".

Mr. Marzulak, I watched it for me, and I watched it for you! "Maybe when Hazleton beat West Hazleton in football, but otherwise?"

"Just having fun", Baez said.

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"This city deserves it so much", Rizzo said. "It's not just Chicago, It's not just IL".

But baseball fans will be watching any way they can. What a special moment.

"We loved everything that was bubbling up from our minor leagues, but to finish it off at the big league level, Joe is the best in the business, getting guys to relax, be themselves, focus and embrace the target this year". "The ultimate goal is still out in front of us". Tickets for the three games in NY previous year to see the Mets play the Kansas City Royals only cost an average of $1,600.

They started hot with 11 wins in their first 14 games and spent all but one day in first place. Asked how she would celebrate she said: "I'll probably have a Jagermeister".

Preston Michelson, a lifelong baseball fan who works as a media intern for the Cubs, said being behind the scenes has changed his perspective on the team. When this year's World Series opens at the AL park, both teams will use the DH; when the Cubs host, the pitchers will hit. A fan bought four tickets in the first row behind the Cubs' dugout for $24,500 each, including fees. "He's trying to win that night's game".

The youngsters have given the Cubs a lot of good games so far. The Cubs finally did it; they won! "If it wasn't for the fans hanging with us through those (rebuilding) years, we wouldn't be here tonight".

The Cubs were an early power in the major leagues, winning their second World Series in a row in 1908 in the fifth edition of the Fall Classic.