Emma: These Remarkable Cubs Were Worth The WaitFor the first time since 1945, the Cubs are going to the World Series.
Cubs Fan Tries To Sell Car With A World Series IncentiveA man is selling his car with an incentive if the Chicago Cub’s win the World Series.
Mount Prospect Bakery Dishing Out Cubs-Themed Cookies By The DozensIf the Cubs make it to the World Series, Central Continental Bakery expects to ice up over 100 to 125 dozen cookies daily.
Cubs Ticket Prices Double, Excitement Builds As Team Nears NL Central TitleWith hopes of a World Series run, excitement for the team translates to ticket sales first.
Wrigleyville Business Owners Concerned With Safety Amid Construction, Possible World SeriesMuch of Wrigleyville is torn up due to construction, and bar owners are also concerned about safety.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: Nov. 2-6The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Dunkak: 2015 Royals Among Best Comeback Teams EverThe Royals came from behind eight times in their playoff campaign to win their first MLB World Series in 30 years.
World Series Notebook: Royals Win World Series With Another ComebackThe Kansas City Royals won their second World Series title on Sunday with a 7-2 win in 12 innings at Citi Field in New York.
World Series Notebook: Royals Beat Mets, Take 3-1 LeadThe Kansas City Royals are one win away from a World Series title after beating the New York Mets 5-3 on Saturday. The Royals trailed 2-0 and 3-1, but scored one in the sixth and three in the eighth to win. They can claim the trophy Sunday night in New York.
World Series Notebook: Mets Beat Royals in Game 3The New York Mets defeated the Kansas City Royals 9-3 in Game 3 of the World Series. The Royals lead the series 2-1 and will look to rebound Saturday night.
Mets Cut Royals' Lead To 2-1 In World SeriesDavid Wright and Curtis Granderson homered for New York in a 9-3 win.
Marlins Man At The Top Of His Game Amid Royals-Mets World SeriesLaurence Leavy donated $10,000 to the families of two Kansas City firefighters who recently died in the line of duty.