WORLD SERIES: Chicago Cubs Force Deciding Game 7 Wednesday Night, Defeat Indians 9-3 In Game 6

By  //  November 2, 2016

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Cubs last World Series Title dates back to 1908

ABOVE VIDEO: Addison Russell hammers a grand slam to center field off Dan Otero in the 3rd, pushing the Cubs’ lead to seven runs.

GAME 7 Set For 8:08 p.m. ET On FOX

CLEVELAND, OHIO (MLB) – Game 7 of the World Series. It’s a magical scenario that Addison Russell probably fantasized about while playing Little League games a few years ago.

It’s something Cubs fans haven’t considered since 1945. Now 22, Russell helped that dream become a reality, hitting a grand slam and driving in six runs to help the Cubs post a 9-3 victory over the Indians on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.

Kris Bryant chipped in with four hits and a solo home run, Jake Arrieta struck out nine over 5 2/3 innings of two-run ball and the Cubs got another extended outing from closer Aroldis Chapman to set up the 37th winner-take-all Game 7 in World Series history.

The most recent such game came in 2014, when San Francisco edged Kansas City.


ABOVE VIDEO: MLB on FOX’s Ken Rosenthal talks with Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arietta about Game 6 of the 2016 World Series.