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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

During the break between the top and bottom halves of the sixth inning, the Progressive Field Jumbotron played LeBron's message during the Cavs' ring ceremony.

Adam Reisinger 

The Cavaliers' humongous video board is serving as the best view of the World Series outside of Progressive Field itself.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

As the Cavs game lets out, they move towards Progressive Field. Thousands now watching game on big TVs between arena and stadium

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Cubs warning: Andrew Miller warming. Of course, Chicago has had no luck with Corey Kluber.

Dan Mullen 

With fans leaving as the Cavs' win goes final and the Indians looking to make a Game 1 lead last, a loud night in Downtown Cleveland is about to get even louder.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Corey Kluber at 73 pitches through five innings. Miller waits in the bullpen: 68 batters faced in the postseason, 31 Ks, 3 walks, 0 runs.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Indians were 66-1 (.985) during the regular season when leading by 3 or more runs, the best such record in baseball.

Adam Reisinger 

Roberto Pérez homered right as the Cavs-Knicks game went to timeout, meaning the fans still in The Q got to see the Indians catcher round the bases. They're showing the World Series game on the scoreboards during every timeout -- and will show it on the Humungotron when the basketball game ends.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Every October, some players use the postseason to alter the trajectory of their careers. This year, that is Roberto Perez.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

3 innings into this game, no infielder on either team has an assist yet. The only ground-ball out was kicked & then flipped over by Lester

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Schwarber smashes a double off the right field wall in his second AB after striking out in his first. He was right on the pitch as timing hasn't been an issue so far.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Cubs in the first four innings vs. Kluber: 12 foul balls, 9 swings-and-misses, 14 called strikes. 12 outs, three hits, 64 pitches.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

The way Francona has aggressively managed his bullpen, this could be last time Rizzo faces Kluber tonight. Next time, maybe Miller.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Jon Lester just stopped to have a chat with home plate umpire Larry Vanover on the way back to the dugout. Clearly having some issues with the strike zone.