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What is Corey Kluber's weakness?

Kluber, the Indians' Game 1 starter, has a unique repertoire that makes him tough, but he's still hittable if a batter has the right approach. So what should the Cubs do against him at the plate? Eno Sarris breaks it down. Scouting Kluber (Insider)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs arrived in Cleveland last night and will workout this afternoon at Progressive Field at approximately 4 EST. Rosters aren't due until Tuesday morning but their Game 1 starter, presumably Jon Lester, along with Joe Maddon will hold press conferences before the Cubs take the field today.

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Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Get-in for WS Game 1 is hovering around $730, the cheapest since Cubs clinched. With volume selling, don't expect it to go much lower.

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Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Cubs fan in security line at O'Hare letting frantic people jump ahead of him, saying: "All the stress in my life is gone. I'm stress-free."

Stats & Info

Cubs' World Series drought in perspective

The Cubs have played 11,309 games since their last World Series appearance. Much has changed in that time.

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Bryant, Fowler make Cubs history

Kris Bryant's RBI single in the first inning on Saturday gave him 11 postseason RBIs with the Cubs -- the most of any player in franchise history, per the Elias Sports Bureau. Bryant's hit scored Dexter Fowler, whose 14 runs scored are the most of any Cubs player in the postseason.

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Pitching puts Cubs in the World Series

The Cubs faced the minimum amount of batters against the Dodgers on Saturday, the second time that's happened in a nine-inning game in postseason history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The other instance was Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.