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Cubs crush Indians to send World Series to Game 7

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>> The Chicago Cubs holding on to their World Series hopes, crushing the Cleveland Indians 9-3 in Tuesday night's game 6, dodging elimination for a second time to tie the series at 3 games a piece. That's forced a winner-take-all game seven set for tonight. Just one more day to wait but there's a lot to lose for two teams with the longest championship droughts in baseball.
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The Cubs scored early and often in the blow out game. With a grand slam that 22 year old Addison Russell batted in 6 of those runs, tying a world series record.>> Here comes a big moment in the post season, in the World Series. I wouldn't say it's bread and butter but you definitely learn to control those feelings.
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So, you're able to see the ball and able to think about pitch counts and all that stuff.>> Meanwhile, reigning Cy Young Award winning pitcher, Jake Arrieta, notched his second win of this series. No baseball team has come back from a 3-1 deficit to win it all in 30 years.
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The Cubs haven't won a series since 1908. And the Indians are hoping to reward their loyal but perpetually disappointed fans their first championship since 1948. Whichever teams ends up making history tonight, they'll do it in Cleveland, where two of the best pitchers in baseball, Corey Kluber for the Indians and Kyle Hendricks with the Cubs, will start on the mound.