The 71 years pause between celebrations for the Chicago Cubs and for their fans has finally come to an end. This was because of the brief run at no hitter made by Jake Arietta.
Not only the celebrations of coming back in the world series but also of winning there. Just one more drought to be Quenched and the celebrations will be doubled.
In the sixth inning, there was a no-hit bid by Arrieta, Kyle drove with a pair of runs and with this the cubs were successful in making the series even. Not only this, this was their first Fall Classic win in 71 years.
In this season , earlier also Arrieta pitched a no-hitter which resulted in invoking the Don Larsen’s name by flirting with one deep in the month of October and this was before the Indians touched him for two hits and a run. But he gave just to the team what the time demanded from him.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon was asked that what he expected from the game and he said “It’s always crazy good, But I’d have to imagine a little bit more than that, especially coming back at 1-1. I think the folks will be jacked up about the win.
“It’s the finest venue there is in professional sports and maybe in all of sports.”