The Cubs won just one game in the 2017 NLCS, and here it is.
This is the Cubs’ final win of 2017, a hard-fought one-run victory over the Dodgers, which avoided a NLCS sweep.
And this concludes our look back at the Cubs’ 2017 wins, all 96 of them (92 in the regular season, four in the postseason). Tomorrow, the Cubs will be playing baseball for the first time in 2018, a spring training game against the Brewers.
In yet another 2017 Cubs postseason game that ratcheted up to 11 on the insane-o-meter, the ice in Wade Davis‘ veins froze even more solid as he put together two innings of relief that nailed down the Cubs’ 3-2 win over the Dodgers in Game 4 of the NLCS. It conjured up memories of Game 5 of the 2016 World Series, another one the Cubs had to win or winter would begin, by the same score, no less.
Before I begin this recap of one of the loudest games I’ve ever been to at Wrigley Field, I have to say this again: