In today's edition of the Morning Update, the Cubs evened the World Series at 1-1 while the Bulls open the season against the Celtics.
The Cubs' offense got back on track, cruising past the Indians 5-1 in Game 2 to even up the World Series heading back to Chicago.
Jake Arrieta was his Cy Young self in Game 2 of the World Series, taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning and shutting down the Indians as the Cubs evened things up.
When the World Series shifts to Wrigley Field, the designated hitter will disappear. Is Kyle Schwarber healthy enough to start in the outfield for the Cubs?
Cubs World Series Timeline
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2016 World Series
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In today's edition of the Morning Update, the Cubs evened the World Series at 1-1 while the Bulls open the season against the...
The Cubs offense will head back to the Wrigley Field portion of the World Series with their confidence sky high.
After apologizing on Twitter for pimping a double in Game 1, Willson Contreras came up big in Game 2 and showed how youth is impacting this World Series.