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struck him out, two out. >> joe: third strike out tonight for mike napoli. >> john: this has just been one pitch after another, attention on game, already had one of those to start the postseason, cubs on the advantage. >> joe: first pitch on the ball to jose ramirez, he's 2 fo. hit .500 in this world series. in anthony's, ball and a strike. the big bats will come to the plate again for chicago before
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>> john: i think francona is trying to steal some outs here with shaw with allen in the bullpen warming up. >> joe: biggest swing by russell, trying to tie it. the counts 2-1. terry francona who's got the 1-0 lead will ride the rest of this one with bryan shaw on the mound now, cody allen of the closer in the bullpen. comes in to face shorebird. it's not a good matchup, shot against schwarber in my opinion.
another good swing and a 94-mile per hour pitch, full count. >> john: russell getting pretty big with his swing, you know he's trying to lift the ball. anything he can do to get it in the air. now on a 3-2 count, you've got to find your way on base. shaw could get really aggressive and throw him a curveball here and i don't know that russell could lay off of it. >> joe: on a tension-filled wrigley field watching with a full count on addison russell, 22-year-old
to third, fowl. down there, you could see aroldis chapman is up again. >> john: he'll be in the ninth regardless whether the cubs score or not. at home, nothing to wait for, most games he'll pitch in the ninth. >> joe: brian sandberg watching. 3-2 again and to russell. it struck him out, one away. bryan shaw wins that battle, first strike out a tonight. here comes schwarber who had an rbi single against shaw in game
they loved him as a rookie last year, 16, then five in the postseason. had only five plate appearances this year until he tore up his left knee in a collision in arizona, worked his way back behind the scenes. accelerated his work on the side, here he is in the world series. strike one. >> john: that's where you've got to be you've got to be up in the zone. and his swing path absolute luz. the arc of his swing. a first pitch up, let's see if they keep climbing a ladder and to stay up with cutters. >> joe: schwarber's batting for strop, who struck out 1 2/3 of an inning. chapman as john said will pitch
schwarber a double, a pair of rbi singles in cleveland in games one and two, a couple of walks. upon the count here 2-1. >> john: that's the game plan so far, 3 for 3 he's kept the ball up there. schwarber has been disciplined, knows what he can do and what he likes. until he gets due to strikes, he'll look for that pitch. >> j infield, that's lindor. two out. and shot getting five big outs around that windblown triple last inning as he has two out here in the eighth. >> john: he executed, that was the game plan trying to get the ball up. much tougher, you can coulde
>> joe: the batter will be dexter fowler, the pitcher will be bryan shaw. from tomlin to andrew miller to shaw. still just three cubs hits, no runs. fouled, strike one. reminder, tomorrow night, game number four at 7:00 eastern, a matchup of john lackey and corey kluber. who was brilliant in game one. the 0-1. >> john: the indians all postseason, they haven't needed many games.
winning seven and eight games. they have a lot of team wins, they utilize a lot of different weapons. that will be the case, 4 2/3 out of the starter and the bullpen. >> joe: that's outside, 2-1. on deck is kris bryant. if he bats in this eighth inning, you have to believe it will be against cody allen. he's been up for a cleveland in their bullpen. right now, it's bryan shaw and its dexter fowler. that's a base at! tying run is on with two outs. we'll see a francona makes a
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>> joe: michael martinez has moved from center to third base. strike two on bryant. so there they are, rajai davis in center, michael martinez in third, cody allen on the mound. they are playing deep to cut off any kind of double or extra base hit that would allow fowler to score with two outs. >> joe: bryant for the count of 0-2. that's into right field, that will fall foul. that would have been a test for chisenhall had that been fair, fowler was well around second base when that dropped. >> john: that had a chance to be one of those rare singles
the way that ball was barely hit and the spin it had, chisenhall playing is so deep. basically almost to the tracks. >> joe: fourth pitcher of the night, cody allen, trying to end the eighth. runner goes. the throw to first end of the inning is over. what pitching tonight by cleveland. tomlin, miller, shaw, now cody allen. we go to the ninth, game three we go to the ninth, game three indians on top 1-0. and played gigs from new york to miami. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica.
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the big bats will hit for chicago in the bottom of this ninth. 99 from number 54. >> john: i think this crowd came in here with such great anticipation based on the matchup and based on who they are facing tomorrow thinking if they could get this game, corey kluber on short rest, kind of a wash because as good as he's been -- >> joe: strike two. >> john: now you're good to get some very anxious people in onto this 1-0 win. >> joe: john lackey the number four starter against the ace for the indians tomorrow night, corey kluber winner in game one. one have a two pitch. stricken out, one away. >> john: breaking out this letter a little bit lately,
getting ready for 101, 102. >> joe: with one out and nobody on, the batter, michael martinez. his first at-bat came in to pinch run. he's zero for mack won this postseason, pinch ran back in the seventh, he got to home plate on a hit by coco crisp. one ball, one strike. michael martinez tonight, the fifth player to play center field and a third base in the same world series game. darrel thomas the less to do it in 1981 for the dodgers. >> john: this is more of what i thought we were going to get through this series, the first two games broken open late by cleveland to win 670, cubs had the other game completely in
cash in with all their opportunities on the basis. tonight, if this were a football game, cleveland was moving up and down the field and wasn't able to score. chicago state in the middle of the field and then finally cleveland cashed in, they put too much pressure on the cubs. >> joe: martinez fouls it away. you mentioned the benches emptied for terry francona, joe maddon still has tom conlon, he's used heyward, monteiro, and schwarber. >> john: he must have the strongest teeth in america always chewing on that gum, ease in their grinding away. >> joe: here's a 2-2 pitch.
>> john: you can see right there, there's all the work he has done. >> joe: seeds, gum. three have an too. it struck him out, two outs. coming up next, baseball's most talked about postgame show, joined kevin, a-rod, pete as they break down tonight's game at next or watch it live on fox sports go. across from murphy's bleachers. and now it to the back corner of this ballpark, out beyond the scoreboard. the manually operated one in center. here's yan gomes. he is the catcher that's got a e
it's his first action of the postseason, got hurt originally in the middle of july, separated right shoulder. he's cost ten big-league innings since. the last time was the last day of the season in kansas city, october set playback second, 26 days ago. he will be on the plate in the bottom of the night. one ball, one strike. again, contreras. heyward was scheduled up forth in the bottom of the ninth. 2-1. >> john: i'm surprised how many sliders chapman has thrown. as you mentioned, he hasn't had much action. timing can't be that great to
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get sneaky-good coverage. thanks. we're gonna live forever! >> joe: rizzo will be first up for chicago, we both know back to the seventh inning. stat cast is powered by amazon web services, the only one of the game scoring on a hit by a crisp, than throw to third by soler for the second out of the inning. >> john: easy throw out as long as he kept that online, and he did. >> joe: derrek lee, cubs first baseman cubs over fan eddie vedder is here along with his
hall of famer second baseman, john hamm. in attendance tonight. ryan dempster going velvet and in the bottom of the ninth inning there we go. anthony rizzo, first up. cody allen, that's in the left field a base hit. tying run is on, rizzo, his first hit of the night. and now i pinch runner for rizzo after he parted off into left. >> john: decided to be aggressive, decided a fastball coming out of allen, didn't hit it perfectly but hated exactly where he could be caught. good start for the cubs. >> joe: chris coghlan will come off the bench and provide more speed over at first.
in 11 at-bats in this world series of steps in. >> john: may be expecting a bunt at third base. >> joe: no sign of one there, with zobrist the way that he's swinging. >> john: i don't know that you take the bat out of his hands. >> joe: martinez will stay in tight. checked his swing on all one. >> john: allen has such a power curveball, it complements the fastball. as a hitter, you've got to get geared up for the fastball and
curve ball around the news, hard to layoff of them. >> joe: people standing inside the ballpark, swarming it outside the ballpark. waiting on a 1-2. struck him out. one on, one out, a big one picked up by cody allen. >> john: that's just no chance, that's what i was saying. it starts at the knees and it breaks down, there's really nothing a hitter can do. you're only hoping for a mistake in that area, 1-2, power breaking ball. i don't know how many fastballs will be thrown here on the remainder of the cubs hitters. try to sneak in a fastball every once in a while but that power curveball is tough. >> joe: pitching coach mickey callaway in the dugout watching.
24-year-old rookie, runner goes, ground ball to third. martinez gets the out at first. two out. and of the cubs are down to their final out and chris coghlan got a good jump on that pitch by cody allen. this game is good to fall into the lap of jason heyward who has basically been benched. he's 2 for 30 this postseason, he's been tied up inside, had a tough fastballs, he's lost his starting spot, but joe maddon is begging for something from his back here in the ninth. >> john: if your jason heyward, you handled yourself the way you have knowing you like to play, there will come a point where one play or one swing will change the whole attitude of how the year has been for jason heyward. he would love nothing more than for this to be the case. his one at-bat, last game he had
>> joe: base hit would tie it likely, outfield is deep. tying run at second, two out. ball one inside. tying run is coghlan at second. heyward trying it to deliver. hard-hit but foul. may have broken his bat and he did. the cubs tonight are zero for 03 with runners on base. >> john: .so good at the cleveland pitching has been here in game three. it really has. there is always going to be situations where you watch a
you about three mistakes they've made. if you watch it again, there may not be three mistakes. they've executed everything perfectly. >> joe: 1-1 on heyward, who with one swing it could erase memories of a frustrating season come in his first as a cub. chopped right side off napoli, the inning scored an error for now. but now the tying run 90 feet away with baez coming up. >> john: this is a tough play, it's in between. he is just down the line, all that napoli wanted to do was keep it in front of them.
i staying in front of it, he knew he was secure to keeping the run from scoring, to still give allen a chance. >> joe: here comes callaway to pitching the pitching coach with javier baez coming up. 0 for 3 tonight, 2 for 12 in this world series. >> john: of the two batters that are coming up and i think this is a discussion remember this kid, he can expand the zone. he likes the high fastball. the discipline to stay off the breaking ball early will be i just can't imagine throwing a first-pitch fastball to baez in this situation. then if you're the cleveland catcher, you've got to protect against that power curveball in the dirt, coghlan has to be able to read whatever he can. >> joe: crazy game, first-time baez that since seventh spot in
lab facing cody allen, first and third, two outs. grimm running and baez unloads on a file back to the screen. they are giving heyward second base where if he takes it, a basic could win a ball game. >> john: i give allen a lot of credit, betsy pitch right there. fastball away, baez just missed it. he wanted the ball a more inside, but man you could tell he would love to have that pitch over, i don't think you'll see another one of those. >> john: six running, hi, no throw, down to second is the
he went around, home plate umpire john hirschbeck ring sum up, 2-2. >> john: that's why i'm surprised by the previous pitches. i don't know that the baez can layoff anything in this area. awfullylo >> joe: comes down to their final strike. they've waited 71 years for the world series to return to wrigley field. this game has had everything except a run for the cubs. >> john: same pitch, it's hard
>> joe: gomes has to block a tip it in the. 2-2 pitch. cleveland wins it 1-0. as bias strikes out on a pitch that was up. and of the cleveland indians have just thrown their fifth shutout in 11 postseason games this year and the cubs have been shut out for the fourth time this postseason. >> john: really an incredible job, an incredible team job. this game came down to a close play, a pickoff play at third and the than a base by coco crisp, that's all the cleveland indians needed as they send the ball to their ace going into
higher than high fastball above the barrel, incredible game. >> joe: so well-managed in both corners of the dugouts, you've got terry francona who emptied his bench, use that the bullpen, in a three hour, 33 minute game three the indians get one. that's enough. with that, cleveland, the first team ever with five shutouts thrown in a single postseason, albeit now with more opportunit opportunity. their pitching has carried them in the postseason to this point, up two games to one of the world series. >> john: it really has. i can't say enough about when you're in this kind of game, tents, the pressure and the ability to deliver under the gun, incredible.
field, his ken rosenthal. >> ken: 4 2/3 scoreless and is, how are you able to keep the cup so off-balance with mark >> go in the game plan, following him. knowing what the game plan was going in a just try to execute. you leave the ball at the heart of the plate, they can put a cook a number on you in a hurry. execute pitches and keep them off balance as much as they could. >> ken: your dad was here i saw you searching for is a location earlier in the game. how emotional is this for you? >> this is one of the hardest sites have had to deal with a long time. this from the atmosphere around here, knowing where my dad was, i found it before the game when i was going over there to the weight room. i want to know where he was, i looked up to find him. i knew where he was, and my mom, it was pretty special, pretty special start for me and one of the more emotional that i've had in my career. >> ken: congratulations, now over to tom verducci.
no pinch hits during the regular season, a big one tonight. tell me about your approach, as you certainly jumped on the at that early. >> right, i went over the scouting report before it went up there, and i know he has a natural cut to his plus fastball. i was hoping to get the barrel to it and i did. if cutting on me and i was fortunate enough that it was able to drop it in front of the center. >> tom: world series is been around since 19 oh three, this is when the won with one run and no extra-base hits. what does it say that you can win this type of game? >> the guys work hard, their pitching to the great job over there, that's what type of series this is good to be like. fortunately for us, we've got one and they didn't today. hopefully we can keep getting that one extra run.
congratulations. >> joe: the only rbi belongs to coco crisp, second time around. andrew miller gets the victory, carl edwards, jr., gets the loss. loss. at the same for cody allen, it's his sixth of this postseason, he has yet to allow a run. of the bullpen outstanding, you heard from josh tomlin at the beginning, 4 2/3, no runs, two hits in an emotional start tonight, game three, at the 25th. 1-0 game in history, 649 world series games have been played. we can only hope tomorrow night is as intense, see you then, until that point, we send it out to kevin and the guys out beyond the wall. kevin? >> kevin: thank you very much, what a game. an absolutely outstanding game three here 1-0, well played. welcome. a frank thomas, pete rose, alex
one world series lead, a dramatic 1-0 win over the cubs. plenty more to do, when we come back, a lots to do in this game we will break it all down. another gem, andrew miller out of the pen, the indians playing a small ball and in the bullpen, the bullpen, the bullpen for these indians, their fifth shutout this postseason, it's a new record. fans still happy but this was a cleveland night. indians have a
>> postgame show, presented by lethal weapon on fox. indians shut out the cubs again 1-0, they take a two games to one world series lead, it took 71 years to play world series game at wrigley, this one was a jama. as much, as you could imagine from a 1-0 game. a reminder, continuing coverage of the postgame just click on over to fs1, will be there full-time in just a moment. find that channel, will join you in a second. for the indians, this is a great game they did a lot right. they scored the run on small
>> frank: the indians are used to winning close ball games all year long, they've been pitching lights out all year long and then the world series, great pitching beats great hitting. both offenses struggling right now, they need to pick it up or could be another pitchingfest again tomorrow night. >> pete: the indians played well a cat except a couple baserunning blunders, getting picked off and getting thrown out at third in that situation, is usually going to come back to bite you but it didn't for the indians tonight. >> alex: october continues be all about small ball, simple hit by roberto perez, then you have a simple bunt. coco crisp, base it. how does july 31st bring andrew miller to the yankees in august august 31st spring coco crisp to the oakland a's looking right now? >> kevin: frank was begging to walk him. as soon as he can appear. >> frank: i've seen him in situations, he's a great fastball hitter, said please don't pitch to them if not, he'll get a big hit.
been about for at least a decade now i've watched them for a while. >> frank: the next week that was his first penchant of the year. >> kevin: not a spot is normally an especially playing in the american league title cuu doesn't get that opportunity much. >> alex: he makes contact you like to squeeze, i did too. contact is an incredible commodity to have this time a year. >> kevin: i tell you what, here's the thing. andrew miller and alan, cody allen, indians are 23-01 pitched together in games, bottom line the cubs had a shot but they closed it down again, not bad. >> pete: i got take up my hat off to tomlin, how to give up 36 home runs? he give gave up two hits ad 30 two-thirds. speak >> alex: what a registered for him. >> frank: he's doing what is got to do right now for his father, big start for the cleveland indians tonight. >> kevin: wonderful for his
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wow what a nailbiter. what a night.. game three of the world series. >> here ise a live look from progressive field where thousands of fanss were on their feet tonight cheering on the try.y. the place went wild. lead the cubs two games to one in the best-of-seven series. >> i was hyperventilating there
carlos santana make his debut him a fieldldca none of it mattd on this night. no >> the pitcher's duel between the cubs and the indians then gain threeee right down to the final outr and pj zieglar joins us now with how game three unfolded in this win was huge for the indians hugee in terms f a confidence booster especially plane plan the next two games on the roadad and i had a 21 wrigley field waited 71 years for a world series game. they finally got it. josh tomlin's ailing father watching his son pitch in the world series. he put on a show. carlos santana was making hisw left-field debut. and guess what he makes the play. josh tomlinha t on the mound.
better.l heating give up a run that he left plenty of runners on base. then this of coco crisp rbi single or michael martino scores is one nothing it is as a cubs m get the out at third. two outs runners at second andt third and cody allen gets a strikeout. it is winking 31 to nothing take a 21 series lead. >> more in game three within a live where john telich is standing by.e you have pictures working their magic all night longav and whata performance by josh tomlin and what a crush it by coco crisp. >> it was spectacular wet josh tomlin was able to do tonight
community. the family of the indians felt he would will come out and do exactly what he did. he went four and two thirds innings. he was commanding over the chicago cubs. he held down their lineup in fact this been a national league park in all switches that can be made. certainly he would do that as well. of course the big hit was coco crisp who againl. as tito franca made those rooms substituted here and there setting the stage for cocoa tree i then to deliver when he did and then the final formula is of coursee will the indians getin believe they have a stranglehold and they go on to when win they have five shutouts in 11 posted in games and after the game the man of the hour-tomlin talking to the media. hannah nine with a game plan was
for me the trying to execute pitches and keep them off balance.ry >> that was josh thomas another formulaa all a bit different ths time in the sense of the indianb did not take the lead early this game.e they pitched outstanding up until that point and then a little bareknucklee white knucke stuff there in the ninth-inning but cody allen got the job done. miller shot alan sometimes a shaw miller alan however you do itil part the seasone and of course during this postseason have absolutely done the job.du it was impressive to watch. >> as a fable northeast ohio in one said nothing is given everything is earned.. they're earning tonight's game three victory over chicagoe coms in a nailbiting finish. we'll have much more coming up from wrigley field.