Cubs got off to a much needed good starting in the run scoring department last night. Bryant got a single, followed by a Rizzo double, and the Cubs were off the a quick one to nothing lead. Arrieta found himself in a little trouble in the bottom of the first walking two batters after getting the first two guys out. Arrieta has had problems with his command on and off all season, that's the reason he's no longer the ace of this staff because last year he was virtually unhittable, we were seeing signs of that command problem early in this game. Cubs pitching coach came out to the mound, settled him down, and Arrieta got the next batter to fly out to deep centerfield. From there on out, Arrieta was in control the rest of the way, he'd go 5 2/3 innings, before getting pulled in the 6th after he let his only run of the game on a wild pitch. Trevor Bauer did not have quite the same fate as Arrieta after his first inning struggles. Kyle Schwarber, who tore two ligaments in his knee back in April, would get the Cubs second run of the game on a RBI single in the 3rd inning. Trevor Bauer was clearly struggling early, despite only allowing two runs, Terry Francona decided to turn things over to his bullpen to ensure Bauer didn't let this game get out of hand. Francona's bullpen would let him down though, this was only the 5th inning of the game so Francona couldn't go to his usual shut down studs yet, and the Cubs batters jumped all over the average middle reliever Zach McAllister. Anthony Rizzo drew a walk after a Kris Bryant strike out, and then Ben Zobrist would hit a triple driving in Rizzo to make the score 3-0. Bryan Shaw came into relieve McAllister after the Zobrist triple. Shaw has been the best Indians reliever this year besides for the big guns at the back end, Miller and Allen. Well, he didn't look to great last night, he needed to get two outs to escape the inning, which give his team somewhat of a chance to comeback, but no, he got introduced to Kyle Schwarber. Schwarber would drive in Zobrist on a single up the middle, and continue to prove why Theo Epstein is such a genius for bringing this guy back, and throwing him into the biggest fire possible because he knew he could handle it, despite what all the critics were saying. The Cubs would then score another insurance run just because of the Indians playing sloppy baseball, Kipnis would make an error, and then Shaw walked two batters in a row leading to the Cubs scoring without even having to hit. Cubs were up 5-0 at this point, they'd give one back up to the Indians in the 6th on a wild pitch that I had previously mentioned, and that's all she wrote. After that the run scoring was over and the bullpens on both sides were just getting batters out. Cubs win game two and head back to Chicago with the series tied, some momentum on their side, and more importantly the Indians now have a little fear struck into their hearts. Will the Cubs be able to win the next three games at home and close this series out in Chicago, or will they give the Indians a chance to bring the series back to Cleveland where they could close it out at home for their wild fan base.