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The Saga of a Bat Trapped in a Irish House
 
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Try not to lose it as you hear @TadghFleming narrate the bat chaos, complete with a towel-wielding father, a weak-bladdered pup and a skeptical mother judging from a distance. There was panic in an Irish household when an unsuspecting bat flew in through the back door. Like a bat out of hell, the speedy creature is seen flying around the Co Kerry property while the helpless family try to swat him out through the kitchen door with a towel. Luckily for us Tadhg Fleming caught the drama on video and the clip has since gone viral. Tadhg's father, dressed in football shorts and long woolly socks, tried to catch the bat with a tea towel first but when this failed he looked around and opted for a larger towel which was near on an ironing board.
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TEEN  ACIDENTALLY CHARGERS MOTHERS CREDIT CARD $733 FOR MAKEUP ORIGINAL VIDEO
 
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I just accidentally charged my mother's card $733 "I just accidentally charged my mother's credit card $733," Alex says in the video. "Every girl in the world who is a makeup hoarder has their Sephora basket filled with things they don't necessarily need, just, like, palettes and stuff that they want. So, yeah, I have a Sephora basked filled with things that I want. $733 worth of things that I want. "I, being the makeup fiend that I am, I went to enter this old gift card, to see if there was anything on it," she continues. "There wasn't anything on the card, and the order went through. Her card is the card that I use for my Sephora account, meaning that it's already set up and I don't need to enter any more information for the order to go through. So, I texted my mother, and now we wait." According to Buzzfeed, Alex said she tried to cancel the order, but Sephora wouldn't let her because her name isn't on the card. Her mom ended up seeing the text, forgave her because it was an accident, and decided the $ 733 Meet 15-year-old makeup obsessive Alex Dello. Alex, like many of us here at Teen Vogue, is a Sephora fanatic. She was doing what makeup obsessives do, you know, stuffing her Sephora cart with $733 worth of products, when she went to check her gift card balance, and accidentally charged her mom's credit card. Here, let Alex explain...
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Oh No Baby! What Is You Doin??? Full Video
 
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https://twitter.com/NickNPattiWhack https://twitter.com/Danrue The video by Nick Joseph featuring him and his friend Dan Rue playing pranks while they pretend to trespass into NBA player Anthony Davis' yard quickly turned into a meme.
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Jaden Smith Ponders Scientific Facts About the Universe (Original Twitter Video)
 
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Jaden Smith has bestowed a few wisdoms about the complexity of the world in a video for Vanity Fair, and it's blowing everyone's mind. LIKES. Jaden Smith is enlightened. Anyone who has paid attention to the young actor/musician/performance artist/boxed-water entrepreneur knows that, of course. He’s currently Twitter’s favorite philosopher-in-residence, consistently tweeting existential messages about soul searching, making art, and driving Teslas. So, who better than him to walk you through a series of mind-blowing facts about the universe? The actor sat down with Vanity Fair to do just that, reading through a number of bizarre, but true facts. Did you know 50 percent of human DNA is shared with a banana? Did you know sharks have been around longer than trees? Did you know it potentially rains diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter? Jaden Smith does. Of course he does. And he wants you to know it all, too. Sit back, relax, and let the young actor and his Cartier-bedecked dreadlocks blow your mind.
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DAVID S. PUMPKINS INVADES EVERY HORROR MOVIE  (Tom Hanks)  SNLs PARODY
 
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David S. Pumpkins. Any questions? Viewers of the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live—as well as anyone who’s been on the internet this week—are by now very familiar with David S. Pumpkins. The jack-o’-lantern-suit-wearing, perpetually grinning Pumpkins (played by Tom Hanks), appeared as part of the show’s “Haunted Elevator” sketch, popping up with his two B-boy skeleton sidekicks to create the greatest terror of all: confusion. Obviously, a character like this couldn’t possibly be contained to a single, four-and-a-half-minute sketch—even if he does occupy 73 out of the “100 Floors Of Frights” there. He’s become an unshakable part of our culture, and now BuzzFeed contributor Jesse McLaren has loosed him upon the entire history of horror cinema. In a new video shared by McLaren, Pumpkins cameos in a series of classic scary movies, including The Shining, Halloween, Insidious, The Ring, Scream, and The Grudge. From the ominous Overlook Hotel to the sleepy little hamlet of Haddonfield, Illinois, there is nowhere David Pumpkins cannot turn up Last week, Saturday Night Live introduced the world to yet another piece of deeply mediocre comedy that the world wide web has desperately tried to make into this year’s hottest Halloween meme. His name is David S. Pumpkins and he is portrayed by legendary actor and Polar Express star Tom Hanks. Here’s the premise of the sketch: two people (Kate McKinnon and Beck Bennett) go to a haunted elevator ride. The first two frights of the ride are the type of ghosts you’d expect. The third “spooky” performance is revealed to not be spooky at all, but instead, Tom Hanks in a pumpkin suit sandwiched between two dancing skeletons. “How’s it hanging? I’m David Pumpkins,” Hanks declares. Who is David S. Pumpkins? The point of the sketch is that we don’t know. He’s just a random silly guy, slapping the asses of his two skeletons. There’s no explanation. At one point in the sketch, Kenan Thompson, playing the elevator operator, tells McKinnon and Bennett, “Look, it’s 100 floors of frights. They’re not all going to be winners.” And that’s exactly it. David S. Pumpkins is not a winner. I first watched the David S. Pumpkins sketch Sunday morning while catching up on SNL, something I do every week despite the consistent mediocrity of the legendary comedy show. I found the sketch so deeply unremarkable—still have yet to crack a Pumpkins-related smile—that I was genuinely surprised to see Twitter squealing with delight about Hanks’ character. I assumed the Black Jeopardy sketch—which is not only funny but about as profound as an SNL bit gets—would be last week’s breakout star. But instead, we got David S. Pumpkins. We get the memes we deserve, and unfortunately, at this juncture in history, we deserve absolute trash. A friend pointed out to me on Twitter that David S. Pumpkins is basically the same thing as another absurd orange suited character from earlier this season. Portrayed by legendary comedian and Whatever Works star Larry David, this character introduces himself with the line, “I’m Kevin Roberts and I’m the coolest bitch in town. Where’s the party?” Both of these characters rely on the premise that it’s funny to watch an old man in silly clothes say nonsensical things. Sometimes that can be funny, but in the case of both Roberts and S. Pumpkins, it fell flat as fuck. In part, it’s because both sketches seem purely silly in lieu of being funny. The one charming thing about David Pumpkins is that you can tell how much fun all the SNL cast members are having throughout the sketch. But that’s not enough to carry it. At its core, the sketch is trying too hard to make David S. Pumpkins happen. I prefer my Halloween memes to happen organically, like the classic KXVO15 dancing pumpkin, which in a comedic delight due in part to its raw authenticity. SNL cast members take note: this is how you do a silly dance.
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Student Surprises Her Prom Date By Walking For The First Time In 10 Months ( Twitter Video )
 
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Girl surprises her prom date by walking for the first time in 10 months. @aeonianlife surprised her date with something pretty extraordinary and there is not a single dry eye in the house https://twitter.com/aeonianlife/status/990147929787772928 After not being able to walk for 10 months, a student gave her date for the evening the best surprise: getting back on her feet. In a video of the heartwarming moment, Twitter user MoMo (@aeonianlife) stands in the center of a foyer, waiting for her prom date to arrive. Before he could even take a step towards her, she surprised him by taking a few towards him instead. Although it seems to take him a second to process what just happened, her date was eventually beside himself with joy as he excitedly took a few steps back and exclaimed, “No!” before running towards her and wrapping her up in a big hug. “How did you do that?” he asks before giving MoMo another hug. “After not being able to walk with my own two legs for 10 months… i surprised my prom date with this,” she captioned the video, which has already been viewed over 9 million times since it was posted Saturday morning. he also went on to share three photos of the pair posing together after the happy surprise. “Prom 2018 with one of my best supporters (:,” she captioned the sweet photos. According to another video shared on social media, she was later crowned prom queen. https://twitter.com/i/moments/990492072938389504
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Teen makes epic video asking Emma Stone to prom
 
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IM ASKING EMMA STONE TO PROM, and decided to recreate the opening scene from la la land Promposal For Emma Watson Jacob Staudenmaier is a budding filmmaker, a huge movie fan and really likes Emma Stone. So he asked her to prom. Granted, Jacob is a 17-year-old junior at Arcadia High School, and Stone, who grew up in Scottsdale, is a 28-year-old actress fresh off an Academy Award-win for her work in “La La Land.” But that didn’t stop Jacob. Along with several friends who served as extras, he recreated the opening scene from the film (the dance number on a choked-with-traffic LA freeway), rewrote the lyrics to invite Stone and posted it on Twitter. It’s already gotten more than 1,500 likes, nearly 1,000 retweets and a lot of buzz. “It’s going better than expected,” Jacob said. RELATED: Scottsdale native Emma Stone wins Best Actress Oscar | Valley Theatre where Emma Stone got her start reacts to win | Emma Stone visits Valley Youth Theatre, talks Phoenix roots on CBS profile “It started with the kind of crazy idea of saying, ‘Yeah, maybe I’ll go with Emma Stone to the prom,’” he said. “I decided if I was going to do this, I really needed to do it big.” Jacob Staudenmaier films his prom invitation to Emma Jacob Staudenmaier films his prom invitation to Emma Stone. (Photo: Jacob Staudenmaier) He filmed it Sunday, with the help of friends, in a couple of hours. As for Stone, “I haven’t heard anything specifically from her. I’ve heard a rumor and sort of a confirmed truth that her mom has seen it. I assume at some point it will get to her.” PHOTOS: Emma Stone as a child actor in Phoenix And if she calls? “I guess I’ll just have to handle it on the fly,” he said. “Just roll with it and go with the flow.” By the way, if she doesn’t respond, or declines the invitation, Jacob has a back-up prom plan. “I have this girl that I know that says she’d love to go,” he said. “Even if Emma says yes she said she would be completely fine with that.” So he might end up with two dates to the prom, one of them being Emma Stone?
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The Life of Death.
 
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The Life of Death. A beautiful animated short film by Marsha Onderstijin. Marashas' Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC244jh2X7INzefUZXpRZlGA?spfreload=5 If you'd like this video removed please contact me on Twitter and I'll take it down ASAP. Contact Me @ https://www.Twitter.com/Censuring Music by; Ramon de Wilde www.ramondewilde.nl https://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/lif... https://open.spotify.com/track/6dlqC3... music tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h80ug...
Cubs fan celebrates World Series win by opening 32-year-old beer
 
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At some point during or after the Cubs' loss to the Padres in the 1984 NLCS, this fan decided he wasn't going to open a can of Coors beer in his refrigerator until his favorite baseball team won the World Series. The can sat there for 32 years but, in the early hours of Thursday morning, it was time to open it. The Cubs finally won it all. The fan opened the beer via pull-tab and poured it out into a Cubs mug. It looked like a normal beer but, as you can imagine with a 32-year-old brew, it apparently didn't smell very fresh. I'm sure there were numerous times that this guy thought he'd never get to open that beer. It stayed in his fridge through 20 losing seasons and several heartbreaking "only the Cubs" moments, but it finally saw its day come ... and it took one of the greatest postseason baseball games ever on Wednesday night to get there. Despite the contents of the brew being spoiled over time, it seemed like this guy really wanted to drink it anyway. Like many Cubs fans, he's probably just glad that he didn't expire first.
Guy Doing Dumbbell Handstand With Old Guy Shooting Baskets In The Background
 
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There are some workout videos that inspire us to run to the gym and get our fitness on, and then there are some other videos that leave us on the edge of our seats covering our eyes. This insane dumbbell handstand push-up video unquestionably falls into the latter, because no matter how many times we've seen the video our palms get clammy each time it replays. Meet Travis Horn, he likes to go by Vegas Balance Guru and it's no secret why. Travis likes to incorporate many different types of equipment into his balancing workouts; doing handstands on stacked bosu balls and sometimes even blindfolding himself before jumping on stacked weights. But the video that truly has our jaws dropped is where Travis stacks two rows of nine dumbbells, climbs on top, and completes two reps of handstand push-ups, seen above. We have barely perfected our handstands, yet this guy is doing push-ups on top of nine dumbbells. NINE. Our neurotic minds are freaking out of what would've happened if the weights collapsed and he fell down with them, or if the basketball knocked into the stack, would they all collapse?! While some people are commenting about how obnoxious Travis is for taking all the weights from the weight room, we need to talk about his "grandfather" in the background. Aside from the fact that he doesn't even flinch at what Travis is doing, he's totally hitting every free-throw shot he takes. Excuse us while we pick our jaws up off the floor.
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Nuts and Chips Get Married - VR Chat Funny Moments -
 
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Chipz and Nuts Wedding in VRChat Not my gameplays, Just a big stealth Supporter! www.twitch.tv/StealthRG Follow: Nuts : twitter.com/wuzzbae Chipz :www.twitch.tv/stealthrg Be sure to follow them! Chips Stream Schedule! ► Mon - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Tue - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Wed - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Thurs - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Fri - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Sat - 10:30pm - 12am PST ► Sun - 10:30pm - 12am PST Subscribe, help the channel grow!
Little Girl Mistakes Water Heater For Robot
 
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This little girl thought a broken water heater is a real life robot. It's just not fair how cute it is
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Rick and Morty sing Kanye West a special Happy Birthday song ( Kanyes B-Day Song )
 
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https://twitter.com/KimKardashian/status/1005191068617302016 Rick and Mortys song for Kanyes Birthday Rick sings about sneaking into Kanye’s bedroom in a song commissioned by Kim Kardashian West Today marks Kanye West’s 41st birthday, and in celebration, his wife Kim Kardashian West has commissioned an unusual birthday card: an original song written and recorded by the titular characters of Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty.” Kanye has previously expressed his great love of the show. The appropriately titled “Kanye’s B-Day Song” features series co-creator and Rick/Morty voice actor Justin Roiland singing about sneaking into Kanye’s bedroom at night. Check that out below. Earlier today, Kanye dropped Kids See Ghosts, his collaborative project with Kid Cudi. Rick and Morty sing Kanye West a special Happy Birthday song
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Teacher Raps About the Civil War Over Migos' "Bad and Boujee" Beat
 
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A lot can happen over an instrumental of Migos' Ellen DeGeneres-approved "Bad and Boujee." For one middle school teacher in Georgia, the track was perfect for a Civil War history lesson: he "my bitch is bad and boujee" refrain is tweaked to "my troops are mad and losing," with references to General Grant and the Emancipation Proclamation popping up later in teacher David Yancey's take on the Culture single. Thankfully, Mr. Yancey has Twitter and has been tweeting out links to his official YouTube channel since garnering thousands of retweets from Josie Duffy Rice's original post. In response to a tweet Monday, Yancey said that the updated lyrics are standards-based
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Teacher Arrested For Asking Why Superintendent Got A Raise
 
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BBEVILLE, LA (WAFB) - A Vermilion Parish middle school teacher was removed and subsequently arrested after speaking out during a school board meeting Monday night, according to a report from KATC-TV. During the meeting, the board voted to renew Superintendent Jerome Puyau’s contract for three years. He received a slight pay increase over his previous contract. The new contract includes incentives for additional pay raises based on his performance. Deyshia Hargrave, an English teacher at Rene Rost Middle School, addressed the school board during the public comment portion of the meeting, speaking out against the pay raises. “A superintendent, or any person in a position of leadership getting any type of raise, I feel like is a slap in the face to all the teachers, cafeteria workers, and other support staff we have,” Hargrave told the board. Hargrave reportedly asked the board several questions and was ruled “out of order” by school board president Anthony Fontana. He warned Hargrave that the public comment section was not a question and answer session, according to KATC. When Hargrave was called on for the second time and posed another question she was approached by an Abbeville city marshal. The marshal then removed her from the meeting. The marshal handcuffed Hargrave while she was leaving the building and a brief struggle ensued as Hargrave screamed on the floor while the marshal tried to gain control of her. “What are you doing? Are you kidding me?” Hargrave screamed. “Stop resisting,” the marshal said. “I am not! You just pushed me to the floor!” Hargrave screamed. Superintendent Puyau told KATC Monday night that the school board would not be filing charges against the teacher. When asked by WAFB for comment Tuesday morning, Payou declined to comment on the incident. 9News has learned that Hargrave was arrested by the Abbeville city marshal on charges of remaining after being forbidden and resisting an officer. She was booked into the Abbeville Police Department and bonded out, according to Lt. David Hardy. Abbeville's city attorney and prosecutor, Ike Funderburk, told KATC after reviewing the video he would not be prosecuting Hargrave. "I talked with the attorney for the school board, and they do not wish to pursue any charges against the teacher," Funderburk told the Lafayette TV station. The Abbeville city prosecutor also told KATC that the marshal who arrested Hargrave is a school resource officer who is employed by the school board. The marshal was not acting in any capacity "on behalf of the city of Abbeville" at the time of her arrest, he said. Calls made by 9News to the Abbeville City Marshal’s Office were not immediately returned. KATC reported it was unclear if the marshal was instructed by the board to remove Hargrave or decided to it on his own accord. After Hargrave was removed, Vermilion Parish School Board Member Laura LeBeouf addressed the board saying, “What happened here tonight, the way that females are treated in Vermilion Parish. I have never seen a man removed from this room.” "I really did not find the behavior to be that disruptive," LeBeouf told 9News. "She was addressed by the board." Requests by 9News to school board president Anthony Fontana were not immediately returned. However, Fontana told KATC reporter Valerie Ponseti that he supported the marshal's decision to remove the teacher from the school board meeting. The ACLU of Louisiana released a statement Tuesday afternoon, condemning the arrest of Hargrave. The statement reads: Deyshia Hargrave’s expulsion from a public meeting and subsequent arrest are unacceptable and raise serious constitutional concerns. The Constitution prohibits the government from punishing or retaliating against people for expressing their views, and the fact that a schoolteacher was arrested at a public meeting of the school board is especially troubling. The ACLU of Louisiana will continue to investigate this incident and defend the constitutional rights of all Louisianans. We urge anyone whose rights have been violated to contact us.
4-year-old sings "Remember Me" from "Coco" to honor his sister
 
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SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Siblings have a unique and special bond. Sometimes that bond is forced to endure heartbreaking loss. Alex is just 4-years-old and lives in San Antonio, Texas. In May, his 4-month-old sister Ava Lynn died after being diagnosed with hydronephrosis. On what would have been little Ava's first birthday, Alex grabbed his guitar and sang to a memorial of his baby sister. His mother captured the video of the little boy singing "Remember Me" from the movie "Coco." You can overhear some of the heartbreaking lyrics, which include: "Though I have to travel far, remember me. For even if I'm far away, I hold you in my heart." The video was posted on Twitter and has been retweeted more than 45,000 times. The family says Alex didn't know he was being filmed and that he just wanted to sing for his sister on her birthday. Hydronephrosis is a condition that affects the kidneys. Heartbreaking video shows Texas boy, 4, singing to memorial of deceased sister
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GRANDPA WAITS 81 YEARS FOR CUBS TO WIN WORLD SERIES CELEBRATING ORIGINAL TWITTER VIDEO
 
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CLEVELAND -- It all began with a baseball bromance. With the Chicago Cubs trailing Cleveland 3-games-to-1 in the World Series, manager Joe Maddon handed the ball to veteran lefty Jon Lester with a plea to save the season. And where Jon Lester goes, his good friend and personal catcher, David Ross, is sure to follow. The comeback continued with a road win at Progressive Field, followed by another, and finally a celebration in the visiting clubhouse early Thursday morning. With an 8-7, 10-inning victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 7, the Cubs brought a halt to 108 years of parade-free baseball on Chicago's North Side. They also scripted a neat twist ending to a season that could have easily spiraled in the opposite direction. Think back to Saturday night, and things were looking grim for the Cubs in their quest to break the franchise's title drought. Corey Kluber was cutting a swath through the Chicago lineup, John Lackey was grousing about the strike zone, and the Indians seized control of the series with a 7-2 victory in Game 4. Every move by Indians manager Terry Francona seemed to go smoothly, and even when there was room for debate, Kluber, Andrew Miller and Cody Allen were so dominant it didn't matter. But the Cubs sensed they weren't finished, and the people who watched them all season thought the same. For all the talk about the Cubs dominating the competition with 103 regular-season victories, they endured enough character builders to know what they were capable of when truly challenged. A prime case in point: The National League Championship Series, when they fell behind the Dodgers 2-1 before outscoring Los Angeles 23-6 over the final three games. "We never quit," Lester said. "That's been kind of our motto the whole year. I know people kind of laugh at us. We won 103 games and the guys in here act like we grinded out the season. But we really did. We had stretches where we didn't play all that well and guys didn't pitch well, or hit well, or play good defense. But we kept the mindset of 'We'll show up today and play and see what happens.' That's a testament to the guys in here." Lester pitched six effective innings in Game 5, and Ross drove in the eventual winning run with a sacrifice fly before receiving a shoutout from Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder during the seventh-inning stretch. And Maddon, perhaps inspired by Francona's unorthodox use of Miller, stretched out closer Aroldis Chapman for eight outs and 42 pitches as the Cubs squeezed out a 3-2 win to send it back to Cleveland. In hindsight, the trip back to Cleveland for Games 6 and 7 might have been therapeutic for the Cubs. They had a chance to take a deep breath and reassess, away from the intense scrutiny that has followed them since the start of spring training. They had also developed a comfort level with Progressive Field after splitting the first two games of the series. "We had already seen everything we needed to see,'' outfielder Jason Heyward said. "We saw Kluber in the first game. Kluber is going to be Kluber. If he has it going, he has it going. If he doesn't, you have to try to maximize the situation, because his worst day is a lot of other people's best day." Kluber notwithstanding, Maddon and the Cubs were perfectly content with the Games 6 and 7 pitching matchups. While Chicago's Jake Arrieta and Kyle Hendricks were both going on full rest, their Cleveland counterparts, Josh Tomlin and Kluber, were being pushed to the limit on three days' rest. The Cubs also accrued some tangible benefits from playing under American League rules. Kyle Schwarber, who was available strictly as a pinch hitter during the National League leg of the series, was back in the lineup at designated hitter and hit .438 (7-for-16) in the four games at Progressive Field. With so many Cubs fans in the stands, it sure didn't seem like a hostile environment. Indeed, the pivotal moment in Chicago's 9-3 victory in Game 6 came when an Addison Russell fly ball dropped between Cleveland outfielders Tyler Naquin and Lonnie Chisenhall for a gift double. Not long afterward, Russell gave Cubs fans even more reason to cheer with a grand slam off Dan Otero. "There was a lot of blue in the stands -- Cubbie blue -- and they were waiting to erupt every time something went our way," Heyward said. In Game 7, Chicago's lineup kept grinding out at-bats and the bullpen somehow survived. Chapman had almost nothing left in the tank for his 35 pitches, Carl Edwards Jr. and Mike Montgomery combined to close it out in the 10th inning, and Lester threw three innings in his first relief appearance since the 2007 season in Boston. This is what's commonly known as contributing to the cause.
XXXTentacion Final Words RIP.
 
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The rapper (real name: Jahseh Onfroy) was gunned down outside of a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Fla., the Broward County Sheriff's Office told USA TODAY. Rescue workers transferred the 20-year-old to North Broward Hospital. At 5:40 p.m. ET, local police tweeted that "the adult male that was taken to the hospital has been pronounced dead." No arrests have been made in the shooting, and investigators haven't named any suspects, according to the Associated Press. The rapper began to gain mainstream attention in early 2017 after uploading his single, "Look at Me!" to Soundcloud. His album "17" landed at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, and in March, XXXTentacion’s album “?” debuted at No. 1.
New Angle Of Off duty LAPD Cop Who Pulled Out Gun And Fired It (Anaheim) Full Video
 
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Christian Dorscht, the 13-year-old dragged by an off-duty Los Angeles policeman in Anaheim before he pulled a gun and fired a shot near him, has just been released from Orange County Juvenile Hall, the Weekly has learned. Anaheim police arrested him yesterday in the after-school altercation that's gone viral for alleged battery and criminal threats. Johnny Dorscht, Christian's father, tells the Weekly his son has never been in trouble with the law before. (In the video, Christian can be heard claiming that his father is a cop; according to Dorscht, Christian's stepfather is a police officer). "What I've been told is that my son told the off-duty cop, 'I'm going to sue you for hitting me. I'm a minor,'" says Dorscht, saying his son was attacked first. In the now-infamous video, the sunglasses-wearing officer continually accuses Christian of saying he was going to "shoot him," which became grounds for the criminal threats arrest in the cop's mind. Dorscht believes that all his kid did was stand up for a girl after the off-duty cop allegedly called the teen a "cunt" for stepping on his grass. What I've been told is that my son told the off-duty cop, 'I'm going to sue you for hitting me. I'm a minor,'" says Dorscht, saying his son was attacked first. In the now-infamous video, the sunglasses-wearing officer continually accuses Christian of saying he was going to "shoot him," which became grounds for the criminal threats arrest in the cop's mind. Dorscht believes that all his kid did was stand up for a girl after the off-duty cop allegedly called the teen a "cunt" for stepping on his grass.
Raw Footage of Flooding In Peru
 
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Heavy rain has caused flooding in many parts of the country, while the death toll from floods and mudslides has reached 48 people, including six miners killed in a mudslide in southern Peru. The early part of the year is when the bulk of the rain falls across the country, but there are huge variations as Peru - twice the size of France and stretching from the equator to 18 degrees south - is vast. Large climatological and weather variations are to be expected, but topography also has a major influence. Peru is bounded by the cool Pacific Ocean in the west and the forested lowlands of the Amazon in the east. The central portion of the country includes the Andes, with peaks in excess of 6,000 metres and plateau districts between 3,000 and 4,000m.
Cubs World Series Parade Footage #FlyTheW
 
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e Chicago River turned Cubbie blue Friday morning, as the city braced for a parade 108 years in the making. The city estimates about 5 million people will attend the World Series celebration, which would mean nearly twice the city's population plans to attend. Fans packed public transit in an effort to make their way downtown for the celebration. Metra trains from the suburbs faced delays as they tried to accommodate passengers on what commuter rail service predicts will be the busiest day in its history. Police were not letting people through on Monroe Street, making Jackson Street so crowded as to be impassable. About 8:20 a.m., fans pulled down a fence to get through to Columbus on Congress. Police near Michigan Avenue did not try to stop them. Despite the fallen fence, the crowds have been well-behaved and orderly as they jockey for spots in which to see the North Side team, which won its first World Series since 1908 this week. Perhaps that's because more than one fan confessed to still being in shock over Wednesday's Game 7, in which the Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in extra innings. "I have had so many emotions," said Allie Kutrubis, of Chicago's Noble Square neighborhood. "Most of the time it doesn't feel real. It feels like I'm being punked." The Cubs were scheduled to leave Wrigley Field and work their way south toward downtown before a noon rally. The latest route, provided by the Police Department, is Addison Street to Marine Drive to Belmont Avenue to Lake Shore Drive to Michigan Avenue (at Oak Street) to Randolph Street to Columbus Drive to Grant Park. On Thursday the city asked fans to view the parade at three locations: • Addison Street from Sheffield to Pine Grove avenues. • North Michigan Avenue from Oak to Ohio streets. • Columbus Drive between Monroe Street and Balbo Avenue. As of Friday morning the city had not revised those viewing locations. They are the three parts of the parade where the vehicles carrying the team will proceed slowly at "parade speed," according to Shannon Breymaier, a city spokeswoman. Fans started staking their spots on Addison before sunrise, draping "W" flags over the route's metal barricades and waiting patiently for the team to pass. Families and young people dominated the crowd, in large part because of a previously scheduled day off for Chicago Public Schools. A police officer waved a massive "W" banner in the middle of the street, while the crowd chanted "Let's Go, Cubbies." Michelle Carr and her two sons, Ryan and Connor, decorated their cheering section along Addison near Broadway with streamers in Cubs colors. Her husband had set up chairs at 5 a.m., and she and her sons arrived at 6:45 a.m. with blankets, snacks and an iPad to keep busy. "This is better than the crowds in Grant Park," she said. "We've got a nice front row seat." The team will end its parade in Grant Park, where a rally will take place at Lower Hutchinson Field around noon. It's free and open to the public, but people will have to pass through a security screening at entrances at Michigan and Jackson Boulevard and Michigan and Congress Parkway. Attendees can bring in closed water bottles, and food vendors will set up shop. Street closures were planned as early as 4 a.m., and city officials urged people to take public transportation. The city also issued a warning: "There will be zero tolerance for drinking on the public way." CTA is offering additional service to the Loop on all eight rail lines following the morning rush period through midday. CTA buses will be detoured in the downtown area during the parade and because of street closures for the rally, so bus riders should allow for extra travel time. The agency said its Red and Blue subway lines and Brown, Green, Pink and Orange elevated lines are the best options for Cubs fans heading downtown. The CTA recommends that riders buy fare cards in advance with sufficient value, or add value to their existing Ventra cards, to avoid lines at vending machines. Metra also is adding train service and capacity, and delays are expected since trains should reach capacity on all lines. The commuter rail service is offering a one-day $5 unlimited ride ticket for the celebration and encourages all passengers to purchase it in advance. Metra advises people who don't want to be caught up in the Cubs crowds to telecommute if they can, and to be prepared for trains operating off-schedule. Metra also advises commuters to leave early or stay late to avoid peak hours. Friday "is expected to be the busiest day in Metra's history," Metra CEO Don Orseno said in a statement. "We ask all of our regular customers and the new customers we expect to see tomorrow to be patient and, most importantly, be safe." Because of the Cubs rally and parade
The Mannequin Challenge Compiliation Twitter Video
 
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Earlier this year, it was the Running Man challenge that took over the sports world. Now, however, the next new challenge that seems to be sweeping the nation has just the opposite approach. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you — the Mannequin Challenge! Hip-hop act Rae Sremmurd, as you can see above, got the whole crowd to freeze mid-motion and remain there as the camera pans around the room, thus looking, as the name implies, like mannequins. As of right now, the craze seems to already be taking hold among various high school and college sports teams. Here’s a video of the University of West Florida Argonauts, a Division II team, participating The challenge has also expanded to high school football student sections The trend has even expanded to bigger college programs. University of Michigan running back Chris Evans posted a video of Wolverines players taking their best shot at keeping still. The exact origin story of the challenge remains uncertain, but signs point to the first video of the challenge being this one. An article at Mashable on the trend seems to suggest likewise. As you may have been able to tell from the videos above, there does not seem to be a clear song of choice among participants, as opposed to “Hey Boo” by the Ghost Town DJs in the Running Man challenge. We will keep you posted as more members of the sports world join in on the #mannequinchallenge.
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Outside of the Cubs world Series Game
 
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Needing a mulligan: Indians center fielder Tyler Naquin had an adventurous and costly night in center field, starting with the ugly play that allowed two Cubs to score in the first. On a seemingly innocuous fly ball to short right center, Naquin and right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall appeared to miscommunicate, allowing it to fall between them for a hit. Naquin then nearly collided with Chisenhall on a fly ball to the same spot, and came close to crashing into left field Coco Crisp on another seemingly routine play. Tyler Naquin's misplay put Indians in hole in Game 6 of World Series Manager's special: With two key starters out of his postseason rotation due to injury, Indians manager Terry Francona opted for a three-man rotation of Corey Kluber, Trevor Bauer and Josh Tomlin, with all three working on short rest after their first starts of the series. Kluber fared well in Games 1 and 4 of the series, and he's now set up to start Game 7. But both Bauer and Tomlin faltered in their second World Series turns, throwing only 6 1/3 innings between them and forcing Francona to tax his bullpen on both nights. What you missed on TV: Shirtless dudes dancing on stage right outside the park, where an unseasonably warm night and an early Cavaliers game drew huge crowds to watch Game 6 broadcast on big screens just beyond Progressive Field's left-field gate. Even with the Indians losing, the atmosphere was undeniably festive, with mid-inning contests like dance-offs to keep the mob entertained. *** State of the series: With the series now even at three games apiece, the clubs will play a decisive Game 7 on Wednesday at Progressive Field. Corey Kluber is set to start for the Indians and will look to continue a phenomenal postseason in which he has gone 4-1 with a 0.89 ERA in 30 1/3 innings across five starts. Kyle Hendricks will start for the Cubs. The 26-year-old righty went only 4 1/3 innings in Game 2 of the World Series, but allowed no runs in the outing But some extra drama was attached to Chicago in the team’s quest to overcome what had been a three games to one deficit in the series when Aroldis Chapman, the team’s lights-out closer, appeared to injure himself on a close play at first base in the seventh inning. He stayed in the game, recording four outs in a non-save situation, and should be available for Game 7. As for Game 6, from the start it was all Cubs. The game’s third batter, Kris Bryant, crushed a home run to left off Josh Tomlin to get the scoring started. Three batters later, Addison Russell hit a pop fly into right-center field that simply dropped between Tyler Naquin and Lonnie Chisenhall, with each apparently believing the other was going to catch it. While they tried to recover, two runs scored. Staked to a 3-0 lead, Jake Arrieta proceeded to mow through the Cleveland order, and the game got out of hand in the third inning when Tomlin loaded the bases. Indians Manager Terry Francona pulled Tomlin for Dan Otero, but on a 2-0 pitch, Russell crushed the ball an estimated 435 feet to center, increasing Chicago’s lead to 7-0 and putting the game out of reach. Russell’s six R.B.I. tied a World Series record for a single game. Anthony Rizzo got in on the action, hitting a two-run home run in the ninth inning to put the game out of reach. Continue reading the main story Arrieta, who earned his second victory of the series, went five and two-thirds innings, allowing three hits and two earned runs. He struck out nine and walked three. The results were not as pretty for Tomlin, who lasted just two and a third innings and was charged with six earned runs. The Indians showed some fight, but they never truly threatened. The one positive thing for Cleveland was Francona being able to preserve Andrew Miller and Cody Allen for Game 7, with the pair of ace relievers available to soak up as many as four innings if necessary. The Series will conclude on Wednesday in Cleveland, with the starters expected to be Kyle Hendricks, who led the majors in E.R.A., and Corey Kluber, who was the 2014 American League Cy Young Award winner and will be looking to become the 14th pitcher to win three games in a single World Series. The last pitcher to accomplish that feat was Randy Johnson of the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2001. David Waldstein: Chapman threw 20 pitches after a day off, so he should be fine for Game 7 tomorrow, but it will be a bit of an unknown. This game was lost in the first inning when the Cubs roughed up Tomlin and the Indians played poor defense behind him. Remember, other than Game 4, the Indians have been winning with a combination of a couple of runs, sensational pitching and good defense. We’ll see if they can get back to that. Game 7 is a chance for both of these fan bases to have greater glory, or greater heartbreak. One curse will end.
Outside of the Cubs world Series Game
 
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CLEVELAND -- It all began with a baseball bromance. With the Chicago Cubs trailing Cleveland 3-games-to-1 in the World Series, manager Joe Maddon handed the ball to veteran lefty Jon Lester with a plea to save the season. And where Jon Lester goes, his good friend and personal catcher, David Ross, is sure to follow. The comeback continued with a road win at Progressive Field, followed by another, and finally a celebration in the visiting clubhouse early Thursday morning. With an 8-7, 10-inning victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 7, the Cubs brought a halt to 108 years of parade-free baseball on Chicago's North Side. They also scripted a neat twist ending to a season that could have easily spiraled in the opposite direction. Think back to Saturday night, and things were looking grim for the Cubs in their quest to break the franchise's title drought. Corey Kluber was cutting a swath through the Chicago lineup, John Lackey was grousing about the strike zone, and the Indians seized control of the series with a 7-2 victory in Game 4. Every move by Indians manager Terry Francona seemed to go smoothly, and even when there was room for debate, Kluber, Andrew Miller and Cody Allen were so dominant it didn't matter. But the Cubs sensed they weren't finished, and the people who watched them all season thought the same. For all the talk about the Cubs dominating the competition with 103 regular-season victories, they endured enough character builders to know what they were capable of when truly challenged. A prime case in point: The National League Championship Series, when they fell behind the Dodgers 2-1 before outscoring Los Angeles 23-6 over the final three games. "We never quit," Lester said. "That's been kind of our motto the whole year. I know people kind of laugh at us. We won 103 games and the guys in here act like we grinded out the season. But we really did. We had stretches where we didn't play all that well and guys didn't pitch well, or hit well, or play good defense. But we kept the mindset of 'We'll show up today and play and see what happens.' That's a testament to the guys in here." Lester pitched six effective innings in Game 5, and Ross drove in the eventual winning run with a sacrifice fly before receiving a shoutout from Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder during the seventh-inning stretch. And Maddon, perhaps inspired by Francona's unorthodox use of Miller, stretched out closer Aroldis Chapman for eight outs and 42 pitches as the Cubs squeezed out a 3-2 win to send it back to Cleveland. In hindsight, the trip back to Cleveland for Games 6 and 7 might have been therapeutic for the Cubs. They had a chance to take a deep breath and reassess, away from the intense scrutiny that has followed them since the start of spring training. They had also developed a comfort level with Progressive Field after splitting the first two games of the series. "We had already seen everything we needed to see,'' outfielder Jason Heyward said. "We saw Kluber in the first game. Kluber is going to be Kluber. If he has it going, he has it going. If he doesn't, you have to try to maximize the situation, because his worst day is a lot of other people's best day." Kluber notwithstanding, Maddon and the Cubs were perfectly content with the Games 6 and 7 pitching matchups. While Chicago's Jake Arrieta and Kyle Hendricks were both going on full rest, their Cleveland counterparts, Josh Tomlin and Kluber, were being pushed to the limit on three days' rest. The Cubs also accrued some tangible benefits from playing under American League rules. Kyle Schwarber, who was available strictly as a pinch hitter during the National League leg of the series, was back in the lineup at designated hitter and hit .438 (7-for-16) in the four games at Progressive Field. With so many Cubs fans in the stands, it sure didn't seem like a hostile environment. Indeed, the pivotal moment in Chicago's 9-3 victory in Game 6 came when an Addison Russell fly ball dropped between Cleveland outfielders Tyler Naquin and Lonnie Chisenhall for a gift double. Not long afterward, Russell gave Cubs fans even more reason to cheer with a grand slam off Dan Otero. "There was a lot of blue in the stands -- Cubbie blue -- and they were waiting to erupt every time something went our way," Heyward said. In Game 7, Chicago's lineup kept grinding out at-bats and the bullpen somehow survived. Chapman had almost nothing left in the tank for his 35 pitches, Carl Edwards Jr. and Mike Montgomery combined to close it out in the 10th inning, and Lester threw three innings in his first relief appearance since the 2007 season in Boston. This is what's commonly known as contributing to the cause.
BILL MURRAY PERFECTLY SINGING TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME AS DAFFY DUCK AT WORLD SERIES GAME VIDEO
 
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take note, Scottie Pippen, if there's any laughing going on when Bill Murray sings "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" Friday, it's intentional. The comedian and Cubs superfan will do the honors during the seventh inning stretch of Game 3. Murray, a Wilmette native, highlights a list of famous Chicago-area natives and former Cubs manning a range of duties for the first World Series game since 1945. This will be the sixth time ever he has sung from the booth at Wrigley. Wayne Messmer will sing "God Bless America" during pregame ceremonies, and Fall Ouy Boy lead singer and Glenview-bred Patrick Stump is slated to sing the national anthem. Cubs legend and Hall of Famer Billy Williams will throw out the first pitch. He also threw the ceremonial pitch on opening day and Game 1 of the National League Division Series. Former Cubs first baseman Derrek Lee also returns to help 17-year-old Roberto Clemente High School student Anthony Velazquez deliver the official game ball to the mound. Enter your email SIGN UP Privacy Policy Copyright © 2016, Chicago Tribune Chicago Cubs World Series National League Billy Williams World Series Game 3: Cubs, Indians tied 0-0 in fourth inning Cubs believe John Lackey's World Series experience will pay off in Game 4 Corey Kluber ready for 'cat-and-mouse game' in second meeting with Cubs When the seventh-inning stretch rolls around in Friday’s World Series meeting between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians, Bill Murray will lead the crowd in Wrigley Field’s traditional rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” The Cubs superfan has been given the honor of performing the renowned baseball tune during game 3 of the MLB championship — the Cubs’ first home World Series matchup since their 1945 game 7 loss against the Detroit Tigers. The franchise hasn’t won the World Series since 1908 — the longest championship drought in all of American professional sports. Murray has long openly supported his hometown team, most recently with a stunt that saw him crashing a White House Press Briefing decked out entirely in Cubs merchandise. Boy, Bill Murray’s really enjoying himself tonight, eh? We don’t know what’s up with the Daffy Duck bit, but we’re sure someone will have an answer down in the comments. Murray starts by screaming to the crowd, “It’s the bottom of the 7th, the last chance to order beer. But we didn’t come here to drink beer, we came to win this ball game!!!” Then, he goes on to say, “In order to sing the right lyric take me out with the crowd, you need to sing it like our greatest American entertainer, Mr. Daffy Duck, so I want you to spray it, not say it.” He caps off the entire performance with, “LET’S GET SOME RUNS, SUCKERS.”
Warriors Fan Dancing During Game Decked Out In Christmas Gear
 
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Catching fire from deep, the Golden State Warriors easily dispatched the banged up Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday. But while Golden State's three-point barrage was exciting to see, it may not have been as entertaining as the dance moves of a rather energetic Warriors fan. Catching the rhythm of a truly annoying electric sounding beat, this Golden State fan decked out in a Warriors Christmas-themed sweater just went absolutely ham with her dance moves. While most of the NBA-watching world was locked in on Rockets-Spurs on Wednesday night, the Golden State Warriors quietly took care of business against Harrison Barnes and the Dallas Mavericks. Kevin Durant led all scorers with 28 points on a tidy 10-for-16 shooting from the field as the Warriors won 116-95. So it goes for Golden State in 2016-17, especially against the dregs of the Association. Durant leads all Warriors in scoring, with his 28.8 points per game outpacing Stephen Curry's 26.1 by a sizable margin. Yet for this team to unlock the "superteam" status we all expected, Durant needs to do much more than score. He is the key to Golden State's potential, but not as a scorer. Instead, KD needs to embrace his inner LeBron -- or more accurately, his inner Draymond. For all of the roster changes this offseason, the Warriors' offense generally starts halfcourt possessions the same as it did last year. Stephen Curry starts with the ball in his hands, receives a Draymond Green screen, then takes what the defense gives him. Usually, that's a double-team out beyond the 3-point line, so Curry hits Green with a pass, setting up a 4-on-3 situation. Green finds the open shooter, and that's the end of it. You likely know all this; you've watched it for the past couple of years, and it's extraordinarily effective -- especially now that Green can either look to Klay Thompson or Durant for a wide-open look. It works just fine, of course; Golden State boasts the NBA's second-best offense entering Thursday night's games. And for most teams, perhaps that would be the end of the experiment. Why mess with what works? But there's another level to this Warriors offense -- a rarefied air reached by only the very greatest teams -- and Steve Kerr's squad absolutely must reach that apex if it plans to turn this epic collection of talent into a championship-devouring dynasty. For Durant to play his part, Golden State needs to take a page out of the Spurs' book, circa 2014. Remember the beautiful game San Antonio played in two straight Finals against the Miami Heat? What defined the Spurs offense was patience. Gregg Popovich's team worked deep into the shot clock, passing up good shots for great ones, and great shots for optimal attempts. With KD in the fold, Golden State is primed to emulate that style and break the game once more. It's anathema to the Warriors' approach from the past two years, when the Splash Bros. (and Curry especially) would hoist a shot as soon as they saw the slightest sliver of daylight. A contested 30-footer with 20 seconds on the shot clock? No problem!
Outside of the Cubs world Series Game
 
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CLEVELAND — The Chicago Cubs, who have endured 108 years without a championship, and the Cleveland Indians, who have waited a mere 68, are nothing if not patient. So what’s one more day? All those decades of disappointment and heartbreak will be washed away for one of these franchises on Wednesday night as the 112th World Series culminates in a Game 7. The Cubs ensured there would be a winner-take-all game by routing the Indians on Tuesday night, riding a grand slam and six R.B.I. by Addison Russell to a 9-3 victory. The Cubs will send Kyle Hendricks to the mound as they try to become the first team to rally from a three-games-to-one deficit since Kansas City beat St. Louis in 1985, and the first to do so on the road since Pittsburgh won at Baltimore in 1979. “If you’re a fan of baseball, this is the best outcome you could possibly hope for in a World Series anyone’s been alive for,” Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo said. “A couple of years ago it went Game 7, but the Indians not winning since ’48 and us not winning since 1908 — it’s going to be good. History’s going to be written tomorrow, one way or another, and we’ll be a part of it forever.” History — or anything else — did not appear to weigh on the Cubs on Tuesday. They looked more relaxed than they had over the weekend at Wrigley Field, where they lost two of three despite holding the best home record in baseball this season. But they will have to beat the Indians’ ace, Corey Kluber, who has dominated them twice in this Series, allowing just one run in 12 innings while striking out 15. The winner will relish what will surely be viewed as a transformative victory in either city. The loser will be left with another chapter of anguish — perhaps the cruelest one in a history of them. Perhaps it was escaping the suffocating crowds, or perhaps it was because Manager Joe Maddon had allowed his players to stay at home on Monday to enjoy Halloween with their families before flying into Cleveland at night. About half the team boarded the plane in costume. The crowd had barely settled in on Tuesday when Kris Bryant, with two outs and the count at 0-2, blasted a curveball over the left-field wall that not only unsettled starter Josh Tomlin, but the rest of the Indians as well. The Indians lacked poise from start to finish. Center fielder Tyler Naquin and right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall allowed Russell’s fly ball to right drop between them, letting two more runs score in the first inning. In the ninth, Roberto Perez, after driving in a run, got thrown out trying to take second when the Indians were down by six runs. “You don’t expect balls like that to drop in this late in the year,” said Rajai Davis, who platoons in center field with Naquin. “That’s the kind of thing that happens in spring training.” It was a particularly tough night for Naquin, a leading rookie of the year candidate who emerged when the Indians lost Michael Brantley for almost the entire season. Naquin struck out twice, including with the bases loaded to end the fourth, ending a rare chance for the Indians to crawl back into the game. “It’s one of those deals that you wish you could take back,” said Naquin, who added that he had wanted to atone at the plate. Tomlin, who was brilliant in four and two-thirds shutout innings in Game 4 and had a 1.76 E.R.A. in his first three playoff starts, was not the same pitcher on Tuesday. It may have been owing to fatigue from pitching on three days’ rest or the Cubs seeing him a second time — an opportunity Boston and Toronto did not have in the previous playoff series. With all the curveballs the Indians have thrown at the Cubs, Bryant said it was important not to chase the ones on the outer half of the plate. “Force them in the zone and don’t go chasing for them,” said Bryant, who has homered in back-to-back games after starting the World Series 1 for 14. “I felt like these last two games we’ve done that, but tomorrow Kluber has one of the best curveballs in the game and hopefully we make that adjustment.” Kyle Schwarber, who was back in the Cubs’ lineup at designated hitter and batting second, walked to lead off the third. After Chisenhall and Naquin nearly had another collision before Chisenhall caught Bryant’s fly ball, Rizzo and Ben Zobrist singled to load the bases.
Cubs Vs  Indians Game 4 Highlights | 2016 World Series | October 29 2016 ( READ DESCRIPTION)
 
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World Series Game 4 highlights between the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs. Just when you thought that Steve Bartman was the most hated man in his Chicago neighborhood, along came Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis. Kipnis, who grew up in the north side of Chicago, down the street from Bartman, and even attended the same school as the man blamed for extending the Cubs’ jinx, sure knows how to make it a long, cold winter in Chicago. It was Kipnis’ three-run homer in the seventh inning Saturday night that broke the heart of Chicago Cubs’ fans everywhere, sealing the Cubs’ fate, and leaving them on the verge of uttering that old refrain: “Wait ‘til Next Year.’’ The Indians, who have turned this entire postseason into their own pitching showcase, clobbered the Cubs, 7-2, taking a 3 games to 1 lead in this best-of-seven World Series. Just one more victory, and for the first time since 1948, the Indians are World Series champions. One more defeat, the Cubs will go home for the 108th consecutive winter without a World Series title, only this time, the heartbreak hurts a little worse. “I love it,’’ says Kipnis. “I hope we break all of them. I hope when I come home for Thanksgiving, Christmas, the offseason, I want to have a smile on my face when I look at all these Cubs’ fans.’’ The sellout crowd of 41,706, who has watched their team now score just two runs in two games at Wrigley Field, can hardly believe what they’re watching. Come on, this isn’t supposed to be happening. Wasn’t it inevitable, from the first day of spring training, to their 103 victories in the regular season, through the first two rounds of the postseason, that this was going to be the Cubs’ year? The world was going to stop, and millions of baseball fans would pay homage to the end of baseball’s longest World Series drought. Well, someone sure forgot to tell the Indians the storyline, who are spinning their own beautiful narrative. The Indians, of course, have been in this position before, only to endure heartache. They were up 3 games to 1 in the 2007 ALCS, needing just one victory to reach the World Series, only to be outscored, 30-5 in the next three games. They were two outs away from winning the 1997 World Series, only to blow a ninth-inning lead, and lose in 11 innings. Now, here they are again, on the threshold of baseball’s ultimate prize, the coveted World Series trophy. Just one victory Sunday in the final game of the season at Wrigley Field, or one in the final two scheduled games at Progressive Field in Cleveland, and the Indians will join the Cavs to make Cleveland Titletown USA, 2016. So, what can go wrong? Then again, these aren’t your parents’ Cleveland Indians, or even your grandparents’ club. This is a team that has absolutely dominated the postseason, and only now that the Cubs are on the verge of elimination, has anyone noticed. “I don't know that we've peaked,’’ said Cleveland manager Terry Francona, who has had one of the finest postseasons of any manager in history. “I mean, we haven't swung the bats very well the last couple of weeks. I think that it shows what type of team we can be though. You know, just try to find a way to win the game you're playing that night, whether it's getting one run or 10. And I don't think you have to come to a moment in the season where your team is special. “You know, in my mind, I like them a lot, and they are very special. I don't think you have to have the stamp of a World Series on your team to feel that way. “Sometimes things happen you can't overcome. They've done a really good job of overcoming a lot. But if it got to a point where it was too much, that wouldn't take away how I feel about them.’’ The Indians have overcome every obstacle thrown their way. They lost two starting pitchers in the last two months. Their two catchers got hurt. Another catcher, Jonathan Lucroy, vetoed a trade to Cleveland. They even had a drone knock down one of their starters. No biggie. It’s the Indians. They build them tough in Cleveland, with a team that ranked only 21st in payroll when the season started, and with a starting rotation that actually earns less than Cubs starters John Lackey and Jon Lester. They refuse to let anything stand in their way, no matter how many hearts they break along the way. It was Indians ace Corey Kluber, who else, who pitched another masterpiece, giving up just five hits in six innings. He gave up two hits and a run to the first three hitters he faced, and then retired 16 of the next 20 batters he faced, without another Cubs’ baserunner touching third base. He’ll pitch Game 7, if needed, or else will end his postseason having yielded a 0.89 ERA
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