Chicago Cubs Make History; First World Series Berth Since 1945, Defeat Dodgers 5-0

By  //  October 23, 2016

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Take On Cleveland Indians In World Series

ABOVE VIDEO: For the first time since 1945, the Chicago Cubs are going to the World Series.

(FOX SPORTS) – For the first time since 1945, the Chicago Cubs are going to the World Series.

The Cubs won the National League pennant Saturday evening by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-0, in Game 6 of the NLDS.

They will face the Cleveland Indians beginning Tuesday in Cleveland for a chance to claim the organization’s first championship since 1908 and officially break the Curse of the Goat.

After falling behind in the series 2-1, whispers of doubt started to swirl around the Cubs, but those were quickly stomped out. Chicago crushed the Dodgers in Game 4, 10-2, and then hammered them again in Game 5, 8-4, to bring the series back to Wrigley Field needing only one more victory.

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ABOVE VIDEO: Kris Bryant Speaks After Cubs Clinch A Berth Into The World Series.


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