Cubs first baseman Rizzo scores a run against the Indians in the fifth inning in Game 2 of the 2016 World Series.
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Chicago's Jake Arrieta was unhittable and the middle of the Cubs lineup delivered at the plate in a 5-1 Game 2 win over the Cleveland Indians Wednesday which leveled the best-of-seven World Series. Dazzling Cy Young winner Arrieta used his repertoire of fastballs, cutters, sinkers and sliders to baffle the Indians as he threw 5-1/3 innings of no-hit ball before Jason Kipnis doubled with one out in the sixth.Anthony Rizzo, Ben Zobrist and Kyle Schwarber, the No. 3 through 5 hitters in Chicago's lineup, combined for five hits, four runs scored and four runs batted in after the hard-hitting Cubs were blanked 6-0 in Game 1 in Cleveland.The seven Indians pitchers issued a combined nine hits and eight walks with the normally reliable second baseman Kipnis making two errors.Rizzo fell behind 0-2 but worked a walk and Zobrist, who had three hits in Game 1, singled up the middle.
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