who won the cubs and indians game

In this baseball betting preview, we’ll take a look at the pitching and the game action, to see who won the Cubs and Indians. The Cubs took the lead in the first inning and seemed to be in control, leading 6-3 heading into the eighth. However, after giving up three runs in the eighth, Aroldis Chapman blew his chance to get the save and gave up six more. In the bottom of the ninth, Chapman surrendered two runs and walked one. In the top of the ninth inning, he gave up three more runs, including a Rajai Davis home run.

The Cubs’ offense started to stall, and their starting pitcher, Kyle Hendricks, looked drained. They were trailing by two runs when the Indians scored two runs in the fifth inning, and it looked like the Cubs were on their way to winning the game. The Indians’ pitchers tired and their offense was struggling. Corey Kluber, who typically pitches in relief, came in and shut down the Indians, limiting their offense to three runs.

The Indians’ offense didn’t have a good start and were down three games to three. They had an opportunity to tie the game after the first inning, but the Cubs got a two-run home run and a double to tie it up. The Indians’ lineup came up twice in the ninth, and the Cubs held onto a 6-3 lead heading into the ninth inning.

In this MLB playoff game, the Cubs had the upper hand. With a lead of 6-3 entering the eighth inning, the Cubs were six outs away from a cathartic World Series win. They trailed the Indians three games to one. But the Indians came back with a two-run home run and a double that forced the game into extra innings. The Indians had their first championship since 1948, and a victory in the World Series would make it all worthwhile.

The Indians’ first-inning inning was an impressive one. With only one run scored in the second inning, the Indians led 6-3 heading into the ninth. The next hitter, Carlos Santana, hit a double in the eighth, and two more runs in the ninth, made it 6-4 for the Cubs. But the Indians blew their opportunity to take a series by storm.

The Indians tallied three runs in the eighth inning. In the ninth, they scored a run off of an error by David Ross. In the seventh inning, Dexter Fowler hit a solo home run against Corey Kluber, but he was thrown out trying to stretch a double. The Indians then went on to score another run in the bottom of the inning, which made the score 3-1.