Keidel: Cubs Suffer Through World Series HangoverThe Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years, and entered this season as favorites. But nearing the break, the team is a mess.
Handing Out World Series Awards After Cubs Win Thrilling Game 7 Over IndiansBefore moving on to the long, cold, baseball-free winter, let's look back at the World Series that was by holding our own little awards ceremony. With a sufficient amount of ado already having transpired, here we go.
Cubs Win Despite Joe Maddon's Shoddy Managing, Proving In-Game Management Is OverratedJoe Maddon's questionable moves at the end of the World Series proved that you can win in spite of your manager.
Five Things: Cubs Win World SeriesThe 108 year drought is over. The Chicago Cubs are champions once again.
Cubs Beat Indians, 8-7 In 10 Innings To Win First World Series In 108 YearsThe Cubs scored two runs in the top of the 10th inning, then held on to beat the Cleveland Indians 8-7 Wednesday night at Progressive Field in a wild seventh game of the World Series.
Five Things: Cubs Rout Indians To Force Game 7The Cubs jumped out to a 7-0 lead and held on to win 9-3 to force a Game 7.
Five Things: Indians On The Brink Of A World Series TitleBehind their ace Core Kluber, the Indians won their second straight in Wrigley to get one step closer to their first World Series victory since 1948.
Five Things: Indians Beat Cubs 1-0 in Game 3 of World SeriesThe bullpen shut down the Cubs once again as the Indians take a 2-1 series lead.
Five Things: Cubs Even World Series As It Heads to WrigleyThe Cubs evened the series with a 5-1 victory over the Indians in Game 2.
Five Things: Indians Take Game 1 As Kluber DominatesThe Indians ace made his presence felt in Game 1 and helped his team take a 1-0 series lead.
Francona 9-0 In World Series After Indians Beat Lester, Cubs In Game OneTerry Francona remains undefeated as a manager in the World Series after Cleveland got the best of Chicago in Game 1.
Cleveland Indians Beat Toronto Blue Jays, Advance To World SeriesFormer Red Sox manager Terry Francona’s Cleveland Indians shut out the Toronto Blue Jays, 3-0, to win the American League Championship Series, four games to one.