Comparing The World Series Between The Cleveland Indians And Chicago Cubs

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At the conclusion of a postseason that saw more home runs than ever before, a few upsets and fanatical fan bases, an unbelievable World Series came to an end on Wednesday.

The high number of postseason home runs kept leaving parks in a Series packed with crazy comebacks, high and low scoring games, stolen bases for tacos and even a marriage proposal. With all that wackiness, did this year’s World Series featuring the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers somehow surpass the drama from last year’s World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs?

Some fans and pundits speculated that Game 2 of the Dodgers-Astros series was the greatest World Series game of all time with six combined home runs coming after the ninth inning of Houston’s …show more content…

There’s nothing better than a World Series that goes all seven games, which we’ve now seen in three of the past four seasons. With a Game 7 victory in last year’s World Series, the Cubs won their first championship in 108 years, while a Game 7 win this year gave the Astros their first-ever title in the franchise’s 55-year history.

Both the Cubs’ and Astros’ World Series victories are truly memorable, as the Cubs broke a famed curse, while the Astros brought the title back to a city that was pounded by the devastating Hurricane Harvey just a few months earlier.

While the Dodgers were also playing for a state that has been ravaged by some of its worst wildfires in history, the Series also saw a special moment at its conclusion. After winning his first World Series championship, Houston shortstop Carlos Correa proposed to 2016 Miss Texas USA and girlfriend Daniella Rodriguez, who said yes, ending the biggest night of his life. Adding to fans’ delight, Taco Bell rewarded all visitors with free tacos after Game 2 because Astros outfielder Cameron Maybin came up big in extra innings with a stolen

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