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10/26/2016 | Oct. 26 Jake Arrieta postgame interview

Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta discusses Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field.

10/26/2016 | Oct. 26 Joe Maddon postgame interview

Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field.

10/26/2016 | Cubs may be young, but don't lack experience

Never before had a team started a World Series game with six position players under the age of 25. On Wednesday night, Cubs manager Joe Maddon's lineup included Kris Bryant (24), Willson Contreras (24), Jorge Soler (24), Kyle Schwarber (23), Javier Baez (23) and Addison Russell (22) in a 5-1 victory over the Indians that evened the World Series at a game apiece. Although these Cubs may no longer think of themselves as quite so young.

10/26/2016 | Schwarbrrr! Cub hot on frigid stage

The bright green bracelet on Kyle Schwarber's left wrist says something about what the Cubs' slugger has done so far in his against-all-odds World Series, even at a game apiece after Chicago's 5-1 win over the Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday. It says something about the challenge that lies ahead at the designated hitter-free zone that is Wrigley Field, too.

10/26/2016 | After World Series Game 2: IRL

The Cubs claimed Game 2 of the 112th World Series, 5-1, on Wednesday night, knotting the series at 1-1 with the Indians as both clubs continue their pursuit of an elusive championship.

10/26/2016 | Series makes long-awaited Wrigley return in Game 3

The ivy is changing from green to red, an awesome autumnal attribute the public has rarely seen. The corner of Clark and Addison will finally be bustling with activity in the final days of October. The World Series is coming to Wrigley Field on Friday night, and it is coming with the Cubs and Indians knotted at one win apiece in a fascinating Fall Classic matchup with historic implications.

10/26/2016 | Oct. 26 Terry Francona postgame interview

A postgame interview with Indians manager Terry Francona.

10/26/2016 | Tale of the Tape: Game 3 starters on a roll

The World Series tied at a game apiece, the Cubs turn to one of the best pitchers in baseball Friday in Kyle Hendricks. He opposes Indians starter Josh Tomlin, who is coming off two impressive starts already this postseason.

10/26/2016 | Friars trim active roster to 38

The Padres trimmed their active roster to 38 players on Wednesday, as infielder Jemile Weeks and right-handers Jake Smith and Jose Dominguez were outrighted to Triple-A El Paso.

10/26/2016 | Arrieta delivers longest Series no-hit bid since '69

Jake Arrieta walked two batters in the first inning on Wednesday night, and after he got Jose Ramirez to fly out to deep center to end the threat, Cubs catcher Miguel Montero had a brief talk with rookie Willson Contreras, who was catching the right-hander.

10/26/2016 | Finger fine, but Bauer exits G2 start in 4th

Though Trevor Bauer's finger did not pose any problems on Wednesday night, the vulnerability of the Indians' rotation was on full display in a 5-1 loss to the Cubs in Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field.

10/26/2016 | Trevino nearly hits for cycle in Fall League

A pair of Rangers prospect starred for Surprise in its 6-1 victory against Scottsdale. The Saguaros never trailed, scoring five runs in the first two innings, as Jose Trevino nearly hit for the cycle and Brett Martin delivered a strong start.

10/26/2016 | Cespedes plans to opt out of deal with Mets

In a move that will come as no surprise to the Mets, Yoenis Cespedes plans to opt out of his contract after the World Series, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman.

10/26/2016 | Padres part ways with coaches Brock, Rodriguez

The Padres have parted ways with first-base coach Tarrik Brock and infielders coach Eddie Rodriguez, while the rest of the staff will remain in place for the 2017 season.

10/26/2016 | During Game 2: IRL

The Cubs claimed Game 2 of the 112th World Series, 5-1, on Wednesday night, knotting the series at 1-1 with the Indians as both clubs continue their pursuit of an elusive championship.

10/26/2016 | Tribe great Baerga leads Game 2 festivities

Carlos Baerga, a member of the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame and the Tribe's 1995 American League championship team, threw out the first pitch prior to Game 2 of the 2016 World Series at Progressive Field on a rainy Wednesday night in Cleveland.

10/26/2016 | Game 3 starter Hendricks on postseason roll

The Cubs still joke with Ryan Dempster, the former Cubs pitcher turned front-office executive who waved his no-trade clause minutes before the non-waiver Trade Deadline in 2012 and agreed to a trade to the Rangers. That trade brought the Cubs Kyle Hendricks, whose brilliant performance helped them win Game 6 of the NLCS and advance to the World Series, where he'll start Game 3 on Friday.

10/26/2016 | Ortiz's Aaron Award helps connect generations

David Ortiz hasn't gotten his mind around all of it just yet. That will take some time as he begins this next chapter of his remarkable life.

10/26/2016 | Cubs' Bryzzo combination sets early tone

After being shut out in Game 1 of the World Series, the Cubs' duo of Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo struck first against the Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday at Progressive Field. Chicago won the game, 5-1, to even the best-of-seven Fall Classic.

10/26/2016 | Game 2 doesn't go according to plan for Tribe

It was creeping across the radar, a big green blob threatening the big green field of play. The forecast was foreboding enough that the start time for Game 2 of the World Series was moved up an hour, and the looming rain turned out to be an ideal metaphor for the storm that was approaching an Indians team whose run to this Fall Classic was nearly -- and, evidently, unsustainably -- free of flops.

10/26/2016 | Cubs, Schwarber special October stories

The Chicago Cubs have come so far and accomplished so much that, after a while, even the improbable has begun to seem routine.

10/26/2016 | Tomlin to take stage in historic G3 at Wrigley

When the World Series shifts to Wrigley Field for Game 3 on Friday -- knotted at one win apiece after the Indians fell to the Cubs, 5-1, in Game 2 on Wednesday night -- the Tribe hopes to get more of the same from right-hander Josh Tomlin, the unheralded veteran who has enjoyed tremendous success on the postseason stage this month.

10/26/2016 | Right-handers Tolleson, Harrell clear waivers

Rangers right-handed pitchers Shawn Tolleson and Lucas Harrell cleared waivers and have been assigned to Triple-A Round Rock, the club announced Wednesday.

10/26/2016 | Verdugo's bat, glove on display in AFL win

Alex Verdugo is feeling the effects of the long season, but pushing through the fatigue in order to get the most from his AFL experience.

10/26/2016 | Astros void deal with Cuban prospect Perez

The Astros have voided a deal with Cuban pitching prospect Cionel Perez, a source told's Jesse Sanchez Wednesday. Perez was set to be introduced to the media in Houston last week before the deal was voided due to an issue related to his physical.

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