Kluber Strong Again as Tribe Takes 3-1 Lead
Chicago, IL (Learfield) -- Corey Kluber silenced Chicago Cubs batters and Jason Kipnis pounded a three-run home run as the Indians won Saturday night's World Series game 7-2.
Trevor Bauer gets the start tonight in game-five at Wrigley Field with a chance to give Cleveland its first baseball championship since 1948. The Cubs got most of the attention as the series started due to their 108-year title drought, but it's the Indians who are dominating.
Manager Terry Francona now has an 11-1 record in World Series games. Bauer will face Cubs ace Jon Lester.