|Using a top-to-bottom attack on offense and relying on a strong outing by Jake Arrieta, the Cubs evened the World Series at a game apiece with a 5-1 victory over the Indians on Wednesday.
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|Cleveland right-hander Corey Kluber worked into the seventh inning and finished his World Series debut with nine K's over six frames, four hits, and no walks as the Indians defeated the Cubs, 6-0, at Progressive Field.
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|The Cubs moved to within one victory of their first NL pennant since 1945 in an 8-4 win over the Dodgers. In the sixth inning, with the score knotted at 1, Cubs shortstop Addison Russell connected on a two-run homer -- his second two-run shot in as many games. Russell, at 22 years and 271 days old, became the third player younger than 23 years old to have homers in multiple LCS games in one postseason.
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|The Indians rode a 3-0 win over the Blue Jays to the franchise's sixth pennant as they took the American League Championship Series four games to one.
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|Here are three interesting items from League Championship Series play on Tuesday …
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|Six Indians relievers combined for 8 1/3 innings of two-run ball as Cleveland defeated Toronto, 4-2. With the unconventional victory, the Indians hold a 3-0 lead in the American League Championship Series.
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|Over seven scoreless innings, Clayton Kershaw allowed three baserunners as the Dodgers defeated the Cubs, 1-0, to even the NLCS at a game apiece. Two Cubs reached on singles in the fifth, and one worked a walk in the seventh.
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|The Dodgers -- highlighted by a four-run seventh inning, a seven-batter appearance by Julio Urias and seven pitches from Clayton Kershaw in the final inning -- defeated the Nationals, 4-3, in Game 5 of the National League Division Series to advance to the NL Championship Series. Here are three interesting items from Thursday.
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|The Cubs got a long ball in Game 4 of the NLDS from David Ross, who, at 39 years and 206 days old, became the oldest catcher to homer in a postseason game.
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|Facing the prospect of a three-game sweep, the Giants withstood a game-tying home run in the ninth and prevailed over the Cubs in 13 innings at AT&T Park with a 6-5 walk-off win in Game 3 of the National League Division Series to force Game 4 (today, 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT on FS1). San Francisco has won 10 straight games when facing elimination.
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|In Toronto, the Blue Jays finished off the Rangers in the American League Division Series with a 7-6 win to advance to the AL Championship Series (Game 1, Friday night in Boston or Cleveland on TBS for U.S. viewers, as well as Sportsnet and RDS in Canada). After winning the 2016 AL Wild Card Game in walk-off fashion (on Edwin Encarnacion's three-run home run), Toronto used another walk-off victory (Josh Donaldson scoring on an errant throw) to move on to the next round.
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|Postseason newcomers dominated at the plate as the Indians took Game 1 of their ALDS against the Red Sox, 5-4. Three Red Sox -- Andrew Benintendi, Sandy Leon and Brock Holt -- homered in their postseason debut. Two Indians -- Roberto Perez and Francisco Lindor -- did as well.
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|In New York, the Giants received the expected (nine scoreless frames from Madison Bumgarner) and the surprising (a three-run homer in the ninth against Jeurys Familia) and defeated the Mets, 3-0, to advance to the National League Division Series against the Cubs on Friday at 9 p.m. ET on FS1.
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|Edwin Encarnacion capped off the Blue Jays' 5-2 win over the Orioles with a walk-off three-run home run. Encarnacion's long ball marked the 49th walk-off shot in postseason play, and it was the 28th to come in extra-innings.
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|Ubaldo Jimenez and two relievers combined on a three-hitter as Baltimore blanked Toronto, 4-0. In five September starts, Jimenez owns a 2.31 ERA and a 0.829 WHIP.
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|Pitching in San Francisco, Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood worked eight scoreless frames and picked up the win in a 2-0 decision. In 13 road starts this season, Chatwood is 8-1 with a 1.69 ERA.
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|Atlanta's Freddie Freeman homered, singled, drew a walk and scored three runs in his team's 7-6 comeback win over the Phillies to extend his streak of reaching base safely to 45 consecutive games.
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|In the D-backs' 14-4 win over the Nationals, Jean Segura homered twice for the third time in his past 13 games. In his first 613 career games, Segura had a pair of multihomer efforts.
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|The Mets defeated the Phillies, 17-0. The 17 runs in a shutout represented the most in franchise history (eclipsing the 14 runs New York used to defeat Chicago in 1965 and Cincinnati in '98), and the most for any team since the Cubs blanked the Indians by the same score on June 17, 2015.
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|Jose Reyes hit a game-tying homer in the ninth and Asdrubal Cabrera delivered a game-ending homer in the 11th as the Mets defeated the Phillies, 9-8. In both cases, the Mets were down by two runs before the big blasts.
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