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They were two outs away from winning the 1997 World Series, only to blow a ninth-inning lead, and lose in 11 innings.
Now, here they are again, on the threshold of baseball’s ultimate prize, the coveted World Series trophy.
They even had a drone knock down one of their starters. They refuse to let anything stand in their way, no matter how many hearts they break along the way.
It was Indians ace Corey Kluber, who else, who pitched another masterpiece, giving up just five hits in six innings.
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The Indians, of course, have been in this position before, only to endure heartache.
I think that it shows what type of team we can be though.
Just one more victory, and for the first time since 1948, the Indians are World Series champions.“I love it,’’ says Kipnis. I hope when I come home for Thanksgiving, Christmas, the offseason, I want to have a smile on my face when I look at all these Cubs’ fans.’’The sellout crowd of 41,706, who has watched their team now score just two runs in two games at Wrigley Field, can hardly believe what they’re watching. Wasn’t it inevitable, from the first day of spring training, to their 103 victories in the regular season, through the first two rounds of the postseason, that this was going to be the Cubs’ year?
The world was going to stop, and millions of baseball fans would pay homage to the end of baseball’s longest World Series drought.
Just one victory Sunday in the final game of the season at Wrigley Field, or one in the final two scheduled games at Progressive Field in Cleveland, and the Indians will join the Cavs to make Cleveland Titletown USA, 2016. Then again, these aren’t your parents’ Cleveland Indians, or even your grandparents’ club.
This is a team that has absolutely dominated the postseason, and only now that the Cubs are on the verge of elimination, has anyone noticed.“I don't know that we've peaked,’’ said Cleveland manager Terry Francona, who has had one of the finest postseasons of any manager in history.