Seven for 7: Maz, Morris and other Game 7s to remember
The Chicago Cubs have played 178 games this season, the Cleveland Indians 175.
On Wednesday night, they get one chance to make them all worth it.
The Cubs and Indians will play the 38th decisive World Series Game 7, and the previous 37 have included some remarkable moments.
Can Corey Kluber or Kyle Hendricks make like Jack Morris with wire-to-wire domination? Will Andrew Miller or Aroldis Chapman channel Madison Bumgarner with a 15-out save? Can the Indians give Cleveland a long-awaited party at home? Will the Cubs get a GOAT or just another goat?
Nothing left to do but find out. In the meantime, here's a little history to fill the hours until first pitch. The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 8-0 in the first conclusive Game 7 in 1909, with rookie Babe Adams getting a shutout and this third victory in that Series.
The next 36 included momentous homers, significant saves and a whole lot of champagne. Plus, a couple of clunkers