Today is my employer's last day in St. Paul. Everyone needs to be packed up today and then "working" from home Thursday-Friday while a lot of stuff gets moved. Then we show up at the fancy new digs in Bloomington on Monday with sunglasses and sunscreen because we'll be getting a lot more sun in a proper office tower. I'll miss the single-leg commute but not much else of the current building.
Kluber has four wins this postseason. The record for a full postseason is five, done twice: Randy Johnson in 2001 and Francisco Rodriguez in 2002.
Arrieta won his start, helped by the Cubs actually scoring runs. Tomlin also won his game, helped by Miller relieving him in the fifth inning.
Cleveland now with an 85% chance of winning the World Series. Today's game is at a mere 35%. Bauer has Cleveland's only loss while Lester has their first.
538 predicts Cleveland has a 49% chance of winning this game and a 63% chance of winning the series. The Cubs have the advantage in all of the games up to a hypothetical Game 7. They do need to remember how to score again though.
freealonzo, represented by Jon Lester
Rowsdower, represented by Corey Kluber
Who will win the World Series?
- Cleveland Indians (67%, 4 Votes)
- Chicago Cubs (33%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 6
Dodgers v Cubs, in progress.
Four runs for the Cubs in four innings. It does not look good for the Dodgers.
Cleveland v Toronto, Merritt v Estrada, in progress.
Chicago v Los Angeles, Lackey v Urias, 7:00 p.m.