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Discussion in 'Offtopic Lounge' started by random_roller, Oct 25, 2016.
Game 1 of 1948 vs. 1908 is tonight at Progressive Field. Go Cleveland Indians!
Reverting back to a Cubs fan after a 40 year absence!
So I reckon that makes the Indians a shoo in.
Much appreciated, OAP!
Wouldn't mind if you also started cheering for the Golden State Warriors, but that can wait until next spring.
I'd like to see the Cubs win.
Throughout the time I have lived in Chicagoland (20+ years), many people have asked if I was a Cubs fan. My response: I don't follow minor league baseball. Of course, I was only (somewhat) kidding. If the Cubs win this World Series, I'll have to come up with a new response.
I'd like to cash this $37 bet ticket on the Cubbies.
Me and my new Cub's friend that I met at the game tonight cheering Perez's 8th inning homer. Barney said I may have caused a power surge when I arrived at the game.
Indians in 4!
Game 1: at Cleveland Indians 6, Chicago Cubs 0
Great start for the Cleveland Indians! Two home runs from Roberto Perez in support of a great effort from starting pitcher Corey Kluber. The Tribe takes a 1-0 in the World Series. Game 2 is tomorrow night.
Sorry, TDV, I'll root for you when you're playing bubble craps, but I hope that ticket finds its way to the trash can.
Told ya so!
I just put a Trump sign in my yard today.
I think its going to be a 7 game series with game 7 getting ready to come to a spectacular end just as we are about to find out whose gonna win it and BOOM... the lights go out LID and BARNEY showed up again
Keep up the good work! 1 down, 3 more wins to go for the Cleveland Indians.
was listening to local oldies station today while working, dj said the tickets are being scalped all the way up to 6 thousand dollars.
he said that's really not bad, cub fans had 100 years to save up for them.
does anyone remember the old commercial, where tommy Lasorda is trying to talk some guy out of a tree(don't remember what the commercial was for), and he said, come on, things aren't that bad, whos your favorite baseball team, the guys says the cubs, tommy Lasorda shakes his head no and says, uh, a cubbies fan.
I still think as Ive mentioned before in another thread, Cleveland is a tuff team to beat, probably in 6 games, but Id prefer cubbies only because they've waited long enough.
My gut tells me the Cubs win this in 6.
Game 2: Chicago Cubs 5, at Cleveland Indians 1
Cubs tie up the World Series 1-1 behind the pitching of Jake Arrieta, who had a no hitter through five innings. Trevor Bauer, who stayed away from a drone during the days leading up to Game 2, was erratic and looked rusty from basically not having pitched for several weeks. All told, Tribe pitchers walked 8 Cubs hitters.
Games 3, 4 and 5 will be played at Wrigley Field in Chicago beginning on Friday.
Just like the Trumpster.....coming from behind.
GO CUBS !!!
( of course I know the results of both races )
Game 3: Cleveland Indians 1, at Chicago Cubs 0
On a night where the wind was blowing out, pitching somehow dominated. Cleveland finally pushed a run across in the 7th inning on Coco Crsip's single and that was enough for the Indians to take a 2-1 lead in the World Series. Game 4 is tomorrow at Wrigley Field.