Chicago Versus Cleveland Should Be World Series Classic
Major league baseballs' longest doormat, the Chicago Cubs, will play in the franchise's first World Series since 1945 today when it visits Cleveland to take on the American League champions. The Cubs played steadily all season after winning seventeen of twenty two games during April. President of Baseball operations has worked his magic over the past five seasons with trades and free agent signings. The club has improved from 61 in 2011 to 103 in 2016. The baseball mastermind was hired as the youngest General Manager in baseball history by the Boston Red Sox in 2002. His decisions resulted in two World championships for the Red Sox. Current Cleveland manager Terry Francona was the Boston skipper during those two title runs. Both clubs feature strong pitching staffs and good hitting lineups. The World Series should be a classic.