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MLB News - 10/22/16
- How to attack Kershaw? Cubs must be aggressive
How can the Cubs beat Clayton Kershaw? Easier said than done, but to start with, they'll need to be far more aggressive than they were in Game 2 of the NLCS, when they watched entirely too many first pitch strikes fly by.
- New approach against lefties big key for Hendricks
How did Kyle Hendricks manage to improve so much despite strikeout and walk totals that didn't really change? By making changes to handle his one big weakness: left-handed hitters.
- Bill Murray rocked Cubs gear to White House
Bill Murray rocked Cubs gear to White House
- LA ace stands in Cubs' way (Sat., 8 ET, FS1)
If you're going to end a World Series drought, you might as well do it against a distinguished opponent. That's the chance that the Cubs have given themselves. They'll face Clayton Kershaw on Saturday night, with the Dodgers backed against the wall.
- Start times set for World Series
Major League Baseball has announced the start times for the World Series, scheduled to begin Tuesday in Cleveland, where the Indians will play host to the winner of the National League Championship Series between the Cubs and Dodgers.
- Get AL champs gear at MLBShop.com
Celebrate the Indians' first World Series trip since 1997 with AL champs gear from MLBShop.com. Will the Dodgers or Cubs join the Tribe?
- Heyward should start Game 6 in right field
It took 4 hours, 16 minutes to play Game 5 of the National League Championship Series, and the time spent watching Jason Heyward bat must have seemed like a horror film for Cubs fans.
- Indians consider Salazar for World Series start
During Friday's workout at Progressive Field, Indians manager Terry Francona said right-hander Danny Salazar is continuing to make progress in his throwing program. Not only has Salazar not been ruled out for the World Series roster, Francona did not dismiss the idea of having the righty make a start.
- Bauer confident he'll be ready to pitch in WS
Trevor Bauer is confident that he will be able to pitch in the World Series without any issues. Even after the bloody right pinkie problem in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, when his ugly wound was revealed to the world, the Indians starter says he is available whenever his team needs him.
- Pitch perfect: Rest of NLCS could feature best
As the National League Championship Series shifts back to Chicago with the Cubs up, 3-2, four of the best pitchers in the league are set to start if the Dodgers manage to force a decisive Game 7.