The Cubs broke their 71-year World Series drought with style.
Despite everything at stake, the Cubs are not feeling the pressure because they know this is a new team that is looking to make its own history.
The Cubs jumped on Clayton Kershaw early and Kyle Hendricks pitched a gem as they beat the Dodgers 5-0 to punch their World Series tickets.
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