After World Series Game 5: IRL

After World Series Game 5: IRL

The Cubs rode a three-run fourth inning and held off the Indians to take a 3-2 win in Game 5 of the World Series at Wrigley Field, putting the series at 3-2 as it heads back to Cleveland.

Kris Bryant's solo homer and strong pitching performances from Jon Lester and Aroldis Chapman helped the Cubs stave off elimination, while the Indians couldn't capitalize on their chances to score, finishing 1-for-10 with RISP.

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We're on the scene as Wrigley celebrates a win on its final night hosting a game in this Fall Classic.

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2:08 a.m. ET: Indians bid Wrigley farewell
The Indians' buses made their way out of a still-packed Wrigleyville as the Tribe travels back to Cleveland for Game 6 at Progressive Field on Tuesday night.

Indians buses leave Wrigley

Francona on return to Cleveland

1:14 a.m. ET: Wrigleyville still rockin'
Fans were in no hurry to rush home after the Cubs' gritty Game 5 win, filling the neighborhood around Wrigley Field well into the night.

12:19 a.m.: Cubs salute the fans
After grabbing a win in their final game of 2016 at Wrigley Field, players made sure to thank the fans for their support before they head to Cleveland for Game 6.

12:00 a.m. ET: Fans belt out loud 'Go, Cubs, Go!'
After enduring back-to-back losses before Sunday's big win, Cubs fans were eager to let out their frustrations by singing their traditional post-win song, "Go, Cubs, Go!"

Fans celebrate Game 5 win

11:45 p.m. ET: Chapman brings heat, keeps Tribe at bay
Chapman entered the game with one out in the seventh inning and battled to deliver an eight-out save with four strikeouts.

Chapman's clutch K in 8th