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Chicago Cubs stay alive to force World Series game 6

Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 during a nail-biting Game Five. The win narrows the Indians’ lead to three games to two, sending the Series back to Cleveland for Game 6 Tuesday night.

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Game Five of the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field.

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Fans celebrate after Jose Ramirez #11 of the Cleveland Indians hit a solo home run during the Cleveland Indians World Series Watch Party at Progressive Field Cleveland, Ohio.

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Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross can't catch catch a foul ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana during the second inning. First baseman Anthony Rizzo caught the ball off Ross' glove.

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Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo reacts after catching a ball bounced off from catcher David Ross, left, who was trying catch a foul ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana.

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Chicago Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward catches a fly ball hit by Cleveland Indians' Trevor Bauer during the third inning.

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Trevor Bauer of the Cleveland Indians claps after fouling out in the third inning after Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward catches the fly ball.

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Chicago Cubs' Kris Bryant hits a home run during the fourth inning.

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Fans cheer during Game Five of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians at Wrigley Field.

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Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez bunts for a single during the fourth inning.

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Chicago Cubs' Kris Bryant, left, steals second as Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor misses the throw.

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Mike Clevinger of the Cleveland Indians pitches in the fifth inning.

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Aroldis Chapman of the Chicago Cubs pitches in the seventh inning.

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Chicago Cubs' Jason Heyward, left, steals second past Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis during the eighth inning.

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Fans fill the streets after the Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 during Game Five of the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field on October 30, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.

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