There is no greater thing in sports than Game 7 of a World Series. The regular season is 162 games long and the playoffs are the place where legends are born so when it all comes down to a winner take all Game 7, the world takes notice.

Ever since the Cubs took that 7-1 lead last night I was looking forward to Game 7. Two of the leagues absolute best managers trying to out think each other and end droughts of 68 or 108 years for the Indians and Cubs respectively.

There is no better person to prepare us for this historic occasion than Buster Olney. Buster sets the scene as we ready ourselves for Cubs at Indians winner take all. The historic impact and the in game impact of Joe Madden using Aroldis Chapman last night is all laid out for us here.