- Schwarber on Cubs' World Series roster; could start at DH
CLEVELAND (AP) — Kyle Schwarber has been added to the Chicago Cubs' World Series roster and could start Tuesday night's opener against the Cleveland Indians at designated hitter.
- Quite the night: Cleveland ready to rock sports world
CLEVELAND (AP) — Always up for a party, Cleveland's about to rock like never before.
- Next year here: Lovable losers Cubs, Indians meet in Series
CLEVELAND (AP) — The last time the Cleveland Indians won the World Series, Dewey led Truman in the polls. The Chicago Cubs' last title was 13 days after the first Ford Model T car was completed.
- Second City son: Indians 2B Kipnis has Cubs in his blood
CLEVELAND (AP) — Jason Kipnis was raised on Chicago's North Side, and like so many other kids, he grew up idolizing Ryne Sandberg, watching Sammy Sosa smash home runs and listening to Harry Caray.
- Ohio, Illinois governors place bets over Cubs-Indians series
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Republican governors of Illinois and Ohio are betting cases of beer, pizza and other ballpark favorites on the World Series beginning Tuesday between the Cubs and the Indians.
- 3 US senators want women's golf open moved from Trump course
BEDMINSTER, N.J. (AP) — Three Democratic U.S. senators are increasing the pressure on the U.S. Golf Association to move next year's women's open away from a New Jersey course owned by Donald Trump.
- Broncos whole again after ending 2-game slide vs. Texans
DENVER (AP) — The Denver Broncos are whole again.
- Thomas a winner again, and still a long road toward the top
SHANGHAI (AP) — Winning a PGA Tour event for the second straight year, especially the manner in which Justin Thomas rallied in Malaysia, made it easy to assume that a player of his polish and power could be on the verge of breaking through to the next level.
- Here are 10 things to know going into the NBA season
MIAMI (AP) — The offseason is over. And only 1,230 games are left until the playoffs start.
- AP Was There: Cubs win the 1908 World Series
DETROIT (AP) — The Chicago Cubs often were the team to beat in the National League early in the 20th century, rather than the lovable losers they became in the decades that followed.
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