What could have been for the Cubs (1:25)
Bauer, Arrieta ready for Game 2 (0:44)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon said he liked David Ross against Andrew Miller with the bases loaded in the seventh inning in Game 1 over a pinch hitter because he felt Ross gave the Cubs the best chance at a walk OR hit. Ross struck out to end the Cubs best threat of the night.

Wilbon believes Cubs need to come away with a win in Game 2 (0:50)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

The Cubs haven't ruled out the possibility of Kyle Schwarber playing LF at Wrigley. But when asked if that was possible, he replied, simply: "No"

Kluber, Perez shine as Indians blank Cubs in Game 1 (2:40)
Kluber did not feel any extra pressure in Game 1 (3:50)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Jon Lester discuss his command problems. He felt the game was lost in the first inning.

Kluber, Miller deliver for Indians in Game 1 (1:08)

Charles Moynihan ESPN 

Using a 2-seam fastball and an equally dominating slider, Corey Kluber and the Indians win Game #1 of the World Series. Watch them celebrate.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Business casual for Javy Báez.

Dan Mullen 

After catching a shutout and hitting two home runs in his first World Series game, Roberto Perez says he's "playing with a lot of confidence right now."

Dan Mullen 

Terry Francona said after Game 1 that having a hot Andrew Miller is what allowed him to let Corey Kluber leave with something left in the tank. A factor that could help if the Indians decide to bring Kluber back in Game 4 at Wrigley.

Perez: 'I was just trying to put the ball in play' (1:43)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Indians take 1-0 World Series lead on the Cubs, but the ViewFromVegas is the series price re-opened pick 'em at the Westgate SuperBook. Early money came in on the Cubs and the Westgate moved to Chicago -120 and Cleveland +100 (even money).


Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Indians win Game 1, 6-0. The final out outside the stadium

Dan Mullen 

The Cleveland Indians are now three wins away from somewhere they haven't been since 1948.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Game 1 could not have gone better for the Indians as the combination of Corey Kluber, Andrew Miller and Cody Allen dominated.