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10/26/2016 | After World Series Game 2: IRL

The Cubs claimed Game 2 of the 112th World Series, 5-1, on Wednesday night, knotting the series at 1-1 with the Indians as both clubs continue their pursuit of an elusive championship.

10/26/2016 | Series makes long-awaited Wrigley return in Game 3

The ivy is changing from green to red, an awesome autumnal attribute the public has rarely seen. The corner of Clark and Addison will finally be bustling with activity in the final days of October. The World Series is coming to Wrigley Field on Friday night, and it is coming with the Cubs and Indians knotted at one win apiece in a fascinating Fall Classic matchup with historic implications.

10/26/2016 | Oct. 26 Terry Francona postgame interview

A postgame interview with Indians manager Terry Francona.

10/26/2016 | Tale of the Tape: Game 3 starters on a roll

The World Series tied at a game apiece, the Cubs turn to one of the best pitchers in baseball Friday in Kyle Hendricks. He opposes Indians starter Josh Tomlin, who is coming off two impressive starts already this postseason.

10/26/2016 | Finger fine, but Bauer exits G2 start in 4th

Though Trevor Bauer's finger did not pose any problems on Wednesday night, the vulnerability of the Indians' rotation was on full display in a 5-1 loss to the Cubs in Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field.

10/26/2016 | During Game 2: IRL

The Cubs claimed Game 2 of the 112th World Series, 5-1, on Wednesday night, knotting the series at 1-1 with the Indians as both clubs continue their pursuit of an elusive championship.

10/26/2016 | Tribe great Baerga leads Game 2 festivities

Carlos Baerga, a member of the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame and the Tribe's 1995 American League championship team, threw out the first pitch prior to Game 2 of the 2016 World Series at Progressive Field on a rainy Wednesday night in Cleveland.

10/26/2016 | Game 2 doesn't go according to plan for Tribe

It was creeping across the radar, a big green blob threatening the big green field of play. The forecast was foreboding enough that the start time for Game 2 of the World Series was moved up an hour, and the looming rain turned out to be an ideal metaphor for the storm that was approaching an Indians team whose run to this Fall Classic was nearly -- and, evidently, unsustainably -- free of flops.

10/26/2016 | Tomlin to take stage in historic G3 at Wrigley

When the World Series shifts to Wrigley Field for Game 3 on Friday -- knotted at one win apiece after the Indians fell to the Cubs, 5-1, in Game 2 on Wednesday night -- the Tribe hopes to get more of the same from right-hander Josh Tomlin, the unheralded veteran who has enjoyed tremendous success on the postseason stage this month.

10/26/2016 | Kipnis brings quirky stance to WS stage

There is a statue of Rod Carew on a street corner on the southwest side of Target Field in Minneapolis. Every time Jason Kipnis walks by the bronzed likeness of the Twins great, with his bat frozen in time and parallel to the ground, the Indians second baseman has the same thought.

10/26/2016 | Game 2 played without weather interruption

It was 43 degrees when Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer threw the first pitch of Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field on Wednesday, and it didn't get much better, weather-wise, from there.

10/26/2016 | Indians Fan of the Year: Tribe's run is 'magic'

It's a good time to be a Cleveland sports fan, with the Cavaliers and the Indians rewarding decades of devotion with an NBA championship and a trip to the World Series, which the Tribe faithful hopes ends with the franchise's first title since 1948. One fan in particular, Nat Crowe, was recognized for his support, receiving the inaugural Cleveland Indians Fan of the Year Award this season.

10/26/2016 | Indians, MLB bring joy to pediatric patients

On Wednesday morning, former Indians players Carlos Baerga and Len Barker gazed in wonderment and offered encouragement as children in wheelchairs clutched their video-game consoles eagerly and vied for points on a brand-new Starlight Fun Center mobile entertainment unit, which Major League Baseball and the Indians donated to Cleveland Clinic Children's to help with kids' rehab therapy.

10/26/2016 | Kluber to start Game 4 on short rest

Indians right-hander Corey Kluber will start Saturday's Game 4 of the World Series on short rest, manager Terry Francona said Wednesday.

10/26/2016 | Before Game 2: IRL

The 112th World Series got underway on Tuesday, when the Indians defeated the Cubs, 6-0, as both clubs began their quests for an elusive title in Game 1 of the Fall Classic. And we are on the scene for Game 2, around Cleveland and at the ballpark, taking it all in as first pitch fast approaches.

10/26/2016 | Stats of the Day: Tribe gets it done in Game 1

Cleveland right-hander Corey Kluber worked into the seventh inning and finished his World Series debut with nine K's over six frames, four hits, and no walks as the Indians defeated the Cubs, 6-0, at Progressive Field.

10/26/2016 | World Series Game 2 starting lineups: Cubs vs. Indians

Kyle Schwarber was in the Cubs lineup for Game 2 of the World Series, batting fifth, but manager Joe Maddon decided to start catcher Willson Contreras and right fielder Jorge Soler tonight.

10/26/2016 | Arrieta-Bauer showdown on tap for Game 2

With a combined World Series championship drought of 176 years still going and a combined pennant drought just ended at 89 years, the Indians and Cubs aren't exactly accustomed to having time sped up on them. But that's just what has happened for Game 2 of this Fall Classic.

10/26/2016 | Lindor shows no signs of slowing for Tribe

Francisco Lindor has been one of the best all-around players in the Majors almost since the day he was called up to the big leagues in 2015, but playing on baseball's biggest stage can elevate even the most elite of statuses.

10/26/2016 | Ramirez's bat awakens with 3 hits in Gm. 1 win

With the bases loaded and two outs, Jose Ramirez hit a dribbler to push across the first run of Cleveland's 6-0 victory over the Cubs, and he'd go on to record a three-hit night.

10/26/2016 | Statcast of the Day: Kluber's popup skills

Corey Kluber didn't dominate Game 1 of the World Series only by missing bats, he did so by forcing Anthony Rizzo into doing the exact thing the Cubs' slugger didn't want to do: pop out, three times. Not only that, Kluber made him do it on nearly the same pitch each time.

10/26/2016 | Soft-spoken Kluber lets Game 1 gem do the talking

Andrew Miller calls Corey Kluber "a man of few words." Sure, but in this October, in his first extended opportunity to show the baseball world at large what they might have missed in his AL Cy Young Award season of 2014, Kluber has combined with Miller to level the playing field for a short-handed Tribe team that is now just three wins away from its first World Series title in 68 years.

10/26/2016 | Which Game 1 performance gets top honors?

The Indians got one step closer to celebrating the franchise's first World Series title since 1948 with a 6-0 win over the Cubs in Game 1 at Progressive Field on Tuesday night, thanks in large part to clutch performances from starting pitcher Corey Kluber, reliever Andrew Miller and catcher Roberto Perez.

10/26/2016 | Oct. 25 Kluber, Perez postgame interview

The Indians' Corey Kluber and Roberto Perez address the media after Game 1 of the World Series.

10/26/2016 | Oct. 25 Terry Francona postgame interview

Indians manager Terry Francona addresses the media after Game 1 of the World Series.

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