The Chicago Cubs have tied the World Series at one game apiece, and now the Fall Classic is heading to Wrigley Field. Cleveland's pitching was dominant in Game 1. Chicago's hitters answered in Game 2. Here's what we know so far. More»
Tuesday night belonged to the city of Cleveland. Not long after the Cavaliers raised their NBA championship banner, the Indians shut out the Chicago Cubs behind ace Corey Kluber and catcher Roberto Perez to take Game 1 of the World Series. More»
The city of Cleveland is thriving for the first time in a long time, and now it's in the national spotlight thanks to its sports teams. LeBron and the Cavs will raise a championship banner on Tuesday, while the Indians will play in Game 1 of the World Series just next door. More»
It's finally here! The World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs begins on Tuesday night. No matter what, history will be made. So if you're not sure if you will watch, here are 108 reasons why you should. More»
It doesn't make a difference exactly what goes down in the World Series. For someone who just wants to see history, all outcomes are wonderful outcomes. Let's break it all down, from the starters to the lineups, and make a prediction. More»
The field is down to the final four. We're so close to determining the best World Series-winning team of all time, with some surprising squads still in the mix. Which teams will make the final two? Go ahead and vote! More»
The National League Championship Series heads back to Wrigley Field this weekend with the Cubs leading 3-2. But Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound for the Dodgers in Game 6, and it feels like an event in which the whole world will be watching. More»
Tied at 2-2, the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers are going to play an incredibly important Game 5 of their National League Championship Series on Thursday night. Let's take a look back at the 10 most recent Game 5s in a tied series. More»
You love him when he's pitching for your team, but it's impossible to root for him when he's pitching against you. That's what happens when you've pitched in as many postseason games as John Lackey has. And now the Cubs will turn to him in Game 4 of the NLCS. More»
Three years ago, nobody believed that Cleveland's sports teams were anywhere close to winning championships. But here we are, in 2016, and the Cleveland Indians have a chance to win the city's second title this year alone. It's been a long time coming. More»
Chicago Cubs fans have been surprisingly confident that 2016 will be the year they finally win a World Series. But after losing home-field advantage following a Game 2 loss in the NLCS to the Dodgers, that confidence might turn into a familiar feeling: fear. More»
The Cubs are four wins away from their first World Series appearance since 1945. But the Dodgers stand in their way. And even though L.A. is technically the underdog, don't underestimate what Clayton Kershaw and Co. can do. More»
With the ways Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona and Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts have used their relievers in the playoffs this year, there might be a bullpen management revolution in the works. More»
The field has been narrowed down to eight, and yet there's still a World Series winner from every decade going back to the 1960s! Who will make it to the Final Four? That's up to you. It's time to vote again on which World Series winner was the best of them all. More»
Everyone always remembers their teams playing in the World Series. But they also remember how they got there. The League Championship Series are also best-of-seven, and they can be just as dramatic as the Fall Classic. More»
Will the year of Cleveland continue with the Indians punching their tickets to the World Series? Or will the Toronto Blue Jays rain on Cleveland's parade, and go from the American League Wild Card Game all the way to the Fall Classic? More»
All the Giants needed were just those last three outs. But the bullpen just couldn't get it done in Game 4 of the NLDS, no matter who San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy gave the ball to. The Cubs scored four runs in the ninth to eliminate the Giants. More»
It wasn't a farewell David Ortiz, or Boston Red Sox fans, or anyone had prepared for, despite having a whole season to prepare. It was the right move, but taking out Big Papi for a pinch runner late in Game 3 didn't feel right. More»
It might be time to give Dallas Cowboys fans a little slack. After all, they have been through a lot of suffering over the last 20 years. And now that Dallas is one of the best young teams in football, it's time to take the bandwagon label off its fan base. More»
Major League Baseball changed forever in 1995, when the Division Series format was introduced. From that point on, postseason statistics have gone through an enormous change, and they're still changing. More»
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