Cleveland Rocks Game 1 of World Series
It starts with K. Corey Kluber set a Series record by striking out eight Cubs in the first three innings of a 6-0 Cleveland win. Catcher Roberto Perez knocked two homers and the Progressive Field crowd got loud as Tribe pitchers smothered the mighty Chicago offense. Both championship-starved franchises — the Indians last won in 1948, the Cubs in 1908 — carry the hopes of their cities. Jake Arrieta and Trevor Bauer face off in Game 2 tonight, moved up to 7 p.m. Eastern because of a rainy forecast.