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  • Schwarbrrr! Cub hot on frigid stage

    The bright green bracelet on Kyle Schwarber's left wrist says something about what the Cubs' slugger has done so far in his against-all-odds World Series, even at a game apiece after Chicago's 5-1 win over the Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday. It says something about the challenge that lies ahead at the designated hitter-free zone that is Wrigley Field, too. More »

  • The Great Jake's! Game 2 is all Arrieta

    Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Kyle Schwarber had a pair of RBIs as the Cubs handed the Indians a 5-1 loss at Progressive Field on Wednesday night to even the World Series at a game apiece. More »

  • Cubs riding history back to Wrigley Field

    The Cubs are flying the first letter of the World Series after all these years. Hey, Chicago, what do you say, here's what Wednesday's 5-1 victory means today. More »

  • Cubs, Schwarber special October stories

    The Chicago Cubs have come so far and accomplished so much that, after a while, even the improbable has begun to seem routine. More »

  • Arrieta delivers longest Series no-hit bid since '69

    Jake Arrieta walked two batters in the first inning on Wednesday night, and after he got Jose Ramirez to fly out to deep center to end the threat, Cubs catcher Miguel Montero had a brief talk with rookie Willson Contreras, who was catching the right-hander. More »

  • Cubs may be young, but don't lack experience

    Never before had a team started a World Series game with six position players under the age of 25. On Wednesday night, Cubs manager Joe Maddon's lineup included Kris Bryant (24), Willson Contreras (24), Jorge Soler (24), Kyle Schwarber (23), Javier Baez (23) and Addison Russell (22) in a 5-1 victory over the Indians that evened the World Series at a game apiece. Although these Cubs may no longer think of themselves as quite so young. More »

  • Cubs' Bryzzo combination sets early tone

    After being shut out in Game 1 of the World Series, the Cubs' duo of Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo struck first against the Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday at Progressive Field. Chicago won the game, 5-1, to even the best-of-seven Fall Classic. More »

  • Game times: 2016 World Series on FOX

    Here are the start times for the 2016 World Series between the Cubs and Indians. More »

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