Chicago Cubs Defeat The Cleveland Indians To Even The World Series

After the Chicago Cubs broke a 61 years drought of not reaching the World Series and became the winning-est team in Major League Baseball this season with a 103-68 record, they found themselves in an uncomfortable spot after game 1.

The Cleveland Indians were able to shut out the best team in baseball in game 1, winning 6-0. The Cubs looked to bounce back in game 2 and bounce back they did.

Jake Arrieta started for the Cubs and had a no hitter going until the last out in the 5th inning. His team was able to amass 5 runs during those innings which proved to be enough to even the series with the Indians.

The final score was 5-1, bringing the series to 1-1.

You can watch game 3 of the World Series tonight at 8:08pm EST.



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