CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Francisco Lindor is already putting Game 6 behind him and looking to Game 7.
"It's Game 7," he said. "Anything can happen. We're excited. This is why every kid dreams of, playing Game 7 of the World Series."
Lindor was confident and smiling as always.
"We just have to go out there and play hard and be ourselves," he said.
As for what happened in Tuesday night's 9-3 loss, "they played better than us," he said.
"They were hitting better than us and Arrieta had a great game," he added. Arrieta earned his second win of the World Series and has been Chicago's best pitcher in the Series. He worked into the sixth inning allowing only two runs and striking out nine.
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