BURBANK (FOX 11) - There was some nail-biting going on Wednesday night at Taste Chicago in Burbank for Game 7 of the World Series.
Sure, the Chicago Cubs got a run on the scoreboard quickly, but Chicago and Cleveland are the two best teams in baseball this year.
Tom Beavens tells us this is a pitching game.
"I don't expect a lot of runs to be scored, but it's going to be a real battle," Beavens said.
To Chicago-native Imara Villarreal, pitching is important, but so is offense.
"We've been a little hit or miss. We're either really on or a little warm so we're just going to need to hit some balls and crank it when we can," Villarreal said.
When you talk to Michael Mostin, he'll tell you there's lots to love about the 2016 Cubs.
"I love the fact they're a young team. Love the fact they are a hitting team. I love the fact that they don't give up and I think they deserve it," Mostin said.
No question -- if the Cubs win, Taste Chicago will be a happy place. If not, there's always next year.
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