A David Ross error led to two Indians runs, but he quickly atoned with a big Game 7 homer
The very setup of a World Series Game 7 implies drama. Winner-take-all, lose-and-you-go-home, all the strongest narratives are in play.
The Cubs carried a 5-1 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning of Wednesday's heated Game 7 against the Indians. With
An errant throw from
It was the third two-run wild pitch in postseason history, and the last? Well, that happened in 1911, so it's a pretty rare sight.
Ross, who had entered the game with Lester, replacing starter
A handful of innings later, Ross rode off into the sunset a World Series champion after the Cubs persevered, winning 8-7 in 10 innings.
A rather eventful way to go out, no?