MLB WS Game 3: CLE@CHC (Josh Tomlin) vs (Kyle Hendricks)

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Who was that who said this series would not go back to Cleveland the other night? I mean, technically you could still be right if a meteor hits the earth or a zombie apocalypse overtakes the North Side but otherwise, in the Tribe's bullpen we trust. And Tito. Tito is a motherfucking death dealer.
 

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Who was that who said this series would not go back to Cleveland the other night? I mean, technically you could still be right if a meteor hits the earth or a zombie apocalypse overtakes the North Side but otherwise, in the Tribe's bullpen we trust. And Tito. Tito is a motherfucking death dealer.
Well, technically, it could be over without playing another game in Cleveland
 

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Soler as the goat on the basepaths. Pitiful. Benintendi had his moment against the Indians also with a throw. How do these guys not do every little thing they can? Taking nothing for granted.
 

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Also now Tito can pitch Tomlin in game 6 if he wants. Has options. If they win tonight with Kluber I think this is ovah
 

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Clears Cleaver emailed me thus - video of strike zone last night. Egads!
Looking at the zone maps at Brooks, the Cubbies got the outer edges all night (esp against RHH), although it looks like the Indians pitchers just didn't throw there. Indians were on the losing end of missed calls on pitches in the zone, though.

I'm not quite as convinced of the favoritism suggested in the video, although it certainly wasn't a good night for Hirschbeck.
 

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Find that these records no longer reflect much meaning, Casey got all his wins in the World Series. Records that were set prior to Wild Card, ALDS, ALCS and the WS games should be separated as only World Series records. It is like the Post Season HR record held by Manny with 24. Mickey Mantle has 18 but they were all in the Wold Series and Manny or any other modern player is not close to that.
 
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Yeah there's no chance it's over until it's actually over. The Cubs are still the best team overall and they can easily run three in a row.
 

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Find that these records no longer reflect much meaning, Casey got all his wins in the World Series. Records that were set prior to Wild Card, ALDS, ALCS and the WS games should be separated as only World Series records. It is like the Post Season HR record held by Manny with 24. Mickey Mantle has 18 but they were all in the Wold Series and Manny or any other modern player is not close to that.
Curt Flood says hi
 

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Yeah there's no chance it's over until it's actually over. The Cubs are still the best team overall and they can easily run three in a row.
Agree. Geez, they just won three in a row including two on the road to win the pennant. Think there's a lot left in this series.
 

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