Baseball Roundtable’s Game 7 Summary:
It’s over, the Chicago Cubs 108-year World Championship drought has come to an end – in a Game Seven that had more twists and turns than a carnival ride. The Cubs topped the Cleveland Indians (whose own World Series Championship drought now stretches to 69 seasons) 8-7 in ten innings. Was it a “classic” Game Seven? No, I’ll leave that designation for games like Jack Morris’ ten-inning complete game shutout that brought the 1991 World Series crown to Minnesota. Was it one of the most exciting Game Seven’s ever? Definitely – even without its historic significance for both teams. Let’s look at just a few unexpected developments in this contest:
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