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  1. It’s a Three Game Series

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    The #Cubs’ 10-2 win evened the series at 2-2 and ensured it will move back to Wrigley Field after Game 5 at Dodger Stadium on Thursday. And with the Cubs now owning home-field advantage in what will essentially be a best-of-three series and their offense again appearing like the world-class unit it was all season, they appear the favorite to move on to the franchise’s first World Series since 1945.

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  2. It’s a Three Game Series

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    The #Cubs’ 10-2 win evened the series at 2-2 and ensured it will move back to Chicago after Game 5 at Dodger Stadium on Thursday. And with the Cubs now owning home-field advantage in what will essentially be a best-of-three series and their offense again appearing like the world-class unit it was all season, they appear the favorite to move on to the franchise’s first World Series since 1945.

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  3. Flying The W at 30,000 Feet

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    #Cubs fans flying from Chicago to Los Angeles for the west coast NLCS games were greeted with a familiar site Tuesday morning. Props to #AmericanAirlines for supporting the popular “#FlyTheW” rally call while beating their Chicago based competition to the punch and letting them “Fly The Friendly Skies”.

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  4. Flying The W at 30,000 Feet

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    #Cubs fans flying from Chicago to Los Angeles for the west coast NLCS games were greeted with a familiar site Tuesday morning. Props to #AmericanAirlines for supporting the popular “#FlyTheW” rally call while beating their Chicago based competition to the punch and letting them “Fly The Friendly Skies”.

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  5. Flying The W at 30,000 Feet

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    #Cubs fans flying from Chicago to Los Angeles for the west coast NLCS games were greeted with a familiar site Tuesday morning. Props to #AmericanAirlines for supporting the popular “#FlyTheW” rally call while beating their Chicago based competition to the punch and letting them “Fly The Friendly Skies”.

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  6. Chicago baseball-Not remotely close

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    The Cubs’ TV rating average for the 2016 regular season was 4.50 on Comcast SportsNet Chicago, that’s more than 156,000 local TV households watching per game. The Cubs averaged more TV viewers per game on CSN for a season than both the Bulls (3.02 average) and Blackhawks (3.96 average). The Cubs’ average was actually significantly higher than the ratings of the Bulls and White Sox combined. The White Sox games on CSN Chicago were averaging a 0.92 local TV rating, or less than 32,000 TV households per game. The second straight year that the Sox have come up short of averaging a full ratings point.

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