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Fans going wild as the Chicago Cubs kept their World Series title hopes alive, winning game five against the Cleveland Indians at Wrigley Field. The Indians scoring first Sunday night on a Jose Ramirez home run in the second inning. But the Cubs top players came up big.
Jon Lester went six strong innings and Kris Bryant hit his first home run of the World Series. And in a bold move, manager Joe Maddon went to his closer, Aroldis Chapman early, with only one out in the seventh inning. Chapman rewarded Maddon with the first eight-out save of his big league career.
The Cubs entering the World Series as heavy favorites. The lovable losers haven't won a World Series since 1908. Some say it might be hard for them to break the curse of the billy goat with the Series returning back to Cleveland Tuesday night with the Indians holding a three-two lead.