A statistical look at Chicago’s 5-1 victory over Cleveland on Wednesday:
1: Stolen bases it takes in the World Series to mean free tacos for everyone next week at Taco Bell.
3: Hits by the Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber, who missed all but three games during the regular season after suffering a torn ACL, in seven World Series at-bats.
5: No-hit innings to start the game by Chicago pitcher Jake Arrieta, who became the first pitcher to get that deep in a Series game with a no-hitter since David Cone of the New York Yankees in 1998.
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5: Hits by Chicago’s Ben Zobrist in eight World Series at-bats.
9-1: Indians manager Terry Francona’s record in World Series games.
38: Postseason strikeouts by Arrieta, who had six in Game 2, giving him sole possession of first on the Cubs’ all-time postseason list with 44.
43: The gametime temperature of 43.
71: Years since the Cubs last won a World Series game (they beat Detroit 8-7 in 1945 to force Game 7).
87: Pitches thrown by Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer in 3 2/3 innings.
98: Pitches thrown by Arrieta in 5 2/3 innings.
103: Pitch velocity reached by Cubs closer Aroldis Chapman in getting the final four outs.
176: Combined years since either the Cubs or Indians have won a World Series championship.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg