The Cleveland Indians are a win away from their first World Series title since 1948

Francisco Lindor and Rajai Davis are one prevail away from a World Series reverberate .

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The Cleveland Indians are on the cusp of their first World Series claim since 1948.

With a 7-2 succes over the Chicago Cubs in Game 4 on Saturday night, the Indians took a 3-1 leading in the best-of-seven World Series. They’re one succes away from acquiring it all.

Cleveland’s offense explosion for 10 strikes, including big home runs from Jason Kipnis and Carlos Santana.

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Time : 8: 08 p.m. EST
TV : Fox
Streaming : Fox Sports Go and MLB.TV

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1. On the verge of history

A win on Sunday would give the Indians their first World Series claim since 1948, which is the second-longest championship shortage in baseball. Cleveland’s last opportunity to secure a World Series in 1997 against the Florida Marlins lasted four hours and ended with a Marlins’ walk-off.

2. The Cubs’ second shot at Bauer

Chicago’s bats have gone ice-cold. They haven’t tallied more than two moves since Game 2, when starting pitching Trevor Bauer took the mound for Cleveland.

Bauer is scheduled to pitch on Sunday.

The Cubs tallied early against Trevor Bauer in Game 2.

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The Indians’ strategy this postseason has been simple get an early leading and use prevailing pitching to keep it.

Bauer surrendered two moves in the first 3 innings of Game 2. He’ll need to do better than that if Cleveland’s game plan is going to work on Sunday.

3. Kipnis in good corporation

Jason Kipnis smacked a three-run home run in the seventh inning of Game 4. The last-place musician to hit a three-run home run against the Cubs at Wrigley Field in the World Series?

Hall of Famer Babe Ruth.

4. Chicago hanging on

It’s been 71 times since the Cubs have faced abolition in a World Series. In Game 6 of the 1945 World Series, Chicago rallied for an 8-7 succes over the Detroit Tigers in 12 innings at Wrigley Field.

The Cubs are still chasing their first championship since 1908, a long time shortage in North American professional sports.

Cubs love aren’t stoked.

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Their 3-1 sequence deficit is an uphill battle, but one Cubs ace Jon Lester is familiar with.

In the 2007 American League Championship Series, Lester and the Boston Red Sox went down three games to one against guess who? the Indians.

The Red Sox rallied and eventually won their second World Series claim in four years.

Lester takes the hill on Sunday for the Cubs.

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