WORLD SERIES: Cleveland Indians One Win Away From First Title Since 1948

By  //  October 30, 2016

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(FOX) – The beauty of this World Series was that — regardless of outcome — one team was going to win it.

That statement might come off as redundant, but when the longest suffering American League team — the Indians — takes on the longest suffering National League team — the Cubs — that’s a special moment.

Alas, for most, 108 years trumps even the pain of 68 years, and so the focus in the World Series has been on the Cubs.

That’s fine — the Indians are one win away from taking the only prize that matters.

Cleveland established a 3-1 lead in the World Series with an emphatic and comprehensive 7-2 win over the Cubs Saturday at Wrigley Field, capped by Chicago-area native Jason Kipnis’ three-run homer in the seventh inning.

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