Chicago Cubs fans remain optimistic despite Game 3 loss

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CHICAGO -  Cubs Nation suffered a devastating loss Friday night as the Cleveland Indians shut out the Cubs in Game Three of the World Series at Wrigley Field.

The Cubs failed to generate an offense and their bats were kept silent  as the Indians scored just one run in the seventh inning.  Cubs fans say despite the loss, they are hopeful their beloved team will bounce back.

Many of the fans say there is still time for the Cubs to recover and win the four game needed to take home the World Series Championship.

There is still high demand for tickets to Saturday's Game Four at Wrigley Field.

Fans lined up overnight for a slim chance to buy tickets at the Wrigley Field ticket window this morning.

Tickets on the secondary market are still selling for thousands of dollars a piece.

As of Saturday morning,  a standing room only ticket was for sale on Stub Hub for $1,690.