Five Things You Missed: Astros, Dodgers Await OpponentsThere's more Strasburg drama as the Nationals and Cubs prepare for Game 4.
Reflecting On the Cleveland Indians' Win StreakFans typically don't remember team win streaks like they do other records.
Giants Beat Indians, Earn Seat On A ThroneTheir worst season in years has afforded the San Francisco Giants few light-hearted moments.
Giants Lose AT&T Park Sellout Streak, Then Game Against TribeThe Giants' sellout streak ended at an NL-record 530 games after attendance was 39,538. The run dated back to 2010, the club's first World Series title season here, and was second only to Boston's 794.
A's Win On Davis Walk-Off Home Run Vs. IndiansOakland Athletics slugger Khris Davis didn’t mind much being skipped over for a post-game cream pie to the face and Gatorade bath following his game-winning home run.
Gray, A's Bullpen Combine To Shut Out IndiansSonny Gray and 3 relievers combined on a 4-hitter and the Oakland A's beat Cleveland 5-0 on Friday night.
A's Shutout To End Roadtrip Corey Kluber pitched six shutout innings and struck out 10 in his first start since May 2 and the Cleveland Indians scored four runs during a strange sixth inning to beat the Oakland Athletics 8-0 on Thursday.
Manaea and Pinder Help A's Snap Four-Game Losing StreakSean Manaea was on top of his game Wednesday night. Oakland’s left-hander allowed three hits and struck out nine in seven innings, and the Athletics defeated the Cleveland Indians 3-1.
Cleveland Indians Beat The Oakland Athletics 9-4The Cleveland Indians beat the Oakland Athletics 9-4 on Tuesday night.
30 Players: Tyler Naquin Hopes To Hold On To Starting Job For IndiansThe Indians look to return to the Fall Classic and will need some help from their young outfielder to do so.
Bill Murray Relishes Cubs Title, Demands Schools ClosedLike many die-hard Cubs fans, Bill Murray has finally been rewarded for his allegiance to Chicago's lovable losers with the team's first World Series title since 1908...
Five Things: Cubs Win World SeriesThe 108 year drought is over. The Chicago Cubs are champions once again.

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