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KEVIN NIEDERMIER / WKSU

The deciding Game 7 of the World Series is tonight in Cleveland. The Indians could have clinched the title with a win last night, but lost9-to-3 to the Chicago Cubs.

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Amanda Rabinowitz / WKSU

The World Series will go to a deciding Game 7, with Addison Russell's grand slam and 6 RBIs leading the Chicago Cubs to a 9-3 win over the Cleveland Indians last night. Josh Tomlin didn't make it out of the third inning. The loss for the Indians ties the series at 3-3. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto says Cleveland fans are no strangers to the drama.


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Amanda Rabinowitz / WKSU

The World Series is coming back to Cleveland after the Indians lost to the Chicago Cubs, 3-2 in Game 5 last night. But, the Indians won two out of three at Wrigley over the weekend and have a 3-2 series advantage. They can win it all tomorrow night in Game 6 at Progressive Field, and WKSU commentator Terry Pluto thinks they’ll get it done.

Time to panic?
Terry Pluto says it's not time to panic, Indians fans. 

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KABIR BHATIA / WKSU

Game Six of the World Series takes place tomorrow night in Cleveland, following last night’s 3-2 loss to the Cubs in Chicago.

There were plenty of cheers during Game Five at Progressive Field, where a sold out crowd viewed the game on the stadium’s screens.

Kenneth Rose from Akron was there, and is not worried about the team losing Game Five.

“It’s not the end of the world.  We’re going to go to Game Six and win, because we’re going to be at home; we have home-court advantage.”

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Amanda Rabinowitz / WKSU

The Indians are in Chicago for Game 3 of the World Series against the Cubs tonight. The series is tied 1 game apiece, with the next three in the Windy City. 

Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin gets the start tonight. He's gone 4-1 in his last seven appearances, including his two postseason starts. Indians manager Terry Francona says he feels confident with Tomlin on the mound.

“I just think he’s built to pitch good all the time," Francona says. "He’s going to compete, and he makes the opposing team beat him. He doesn’t walk people; you can’t run on him.”

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