DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Game six of the World Series is Tuesday night.
Josh Tomlin is back as starting pitcher and the focus on him. Tomlin has already dominated this Cubs lineup once before.
"I know the atmosphere for this game is not the same, but it's still the same game," Tomlin said. "You can't go out there and try to win the game in the first inning. You have to go out there and take each pitch as it is."
The team is not dwelling on Sunday night's tough loss to the Chicago Cubs, they actually took two-out-of-three at Wrigley Field.
Tuesday will be the first of two chances for the Indians to clinch its first World Series crown since 1948. Tomlin said he remembers what Cleveland was like back in June when the Cleveland Cavaliers beat Golden State and became World Champions.
He said he's looking forward to seeing the downtown fill up like that once again.
"The city was in full support of what they [Cavs] just accomplished. It would be an honor for us to be able to have another parade here and see that support that the Cavs got as well -- but our main focus right now is to try and win this thing so they can have another parade," Tomlin added.
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