CHICAGO - This is one of those days that baseball fans not just in the Windy City but all around the country will remember for its historical significance.
For the first time in 71 years, the Cubs are playing a World Series game. The contest with the Indians at Progressive Field is one of the more anticipated Fall Classic games in recent memory and represents the coming of age of the franchise stuck in 108-years bad luck and futility.
To talk about such a significant event as Game 1, we had legendary Chicago Tribune writer Fred Mitchell on Tuesday's Sports Feed to offer his thoughts on the series. He also talked with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman about the legacy of this team during his appearance on the show.
Watch Fred's segments on Tuesday's show, click on the video above or below.