Will the Cleveland Indians win their first World Series in a really long time, or will we all be super stressed for another 24 hours? We'll found out tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET on FOX. In the meantime, let's catch up on much less important news around the league, as well as some more pondering on Tribe.
Tribe hosts last living member of '48 champs - MLB.com
The Indians will finally play host to the last living member of the 1948 championship time, Eddie Robinson. Robinson felt slighted by the Indians for their lack of recognition, or even contact, prior to the World Series, but the two parties have apparently made amends. He will be in the stands for tonight's game.
Cleveland ready to rock another title parade - MLB.com
"Oh man, you mean we might have to have another parade?" - no Cleveland fan, ever.
Terry Francona’s Fourth-Inning Dilemma - Fangraphs.com
Although his decision making has been fantastic throughout the postseason, Indians manager Terry Francona may have been a little too gunshy in the fourth inning of Game 5's loss. Will it come back to haunt him and the Indians?
The Cubs’ Continuing Curveball Crisis - Fangraphs.com
Chicago Cubs batters still can't hit curveballs. Which is very good news for the Indians
Cubs' Jon Lester: Available out of bullpen for remainder of series - CBSsports.com
As expected, Joe Maddon is not going to pull any punches in the final two elimination games. Starting pitcher Jon Lester, who pitched in Games 1 and 5, will be available out of the bullpen.