They gave it their best, and we couldn't be more proud.

After seven games, the Indians lost the World Series to the Chicago Cubs.

Below is a guide to the entire 2016 World Series.


World Series

Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 25, Cleveland, 8 p.m.

Game 2: Wednesday, Oct. 26, Cleveland, 8 p.m. -- Game time changed to 7 p.m. due to rainy forecast.

Game 3: Friday, Oct. 28, Chicago, 8 p.m.

Game 4: Saturday, Oct. 29, Chicago, 8 p.m.

Game 5: Sunday, Chicago, 8 p.m.

Game 6: Tuesday, Nov. 1, Cleveland, 8 p.m.

Game 7: Wednesday, Nov. 2, Cleveland, 8 p.m.

FORECAST | See what kind of World Series weather to expect


What time do gates open?: Gates open two hours prior to first pitch.

What should I eat?: First, take a look back when we introduced some of the eateries new to the ballpark at the start of the season:

Next, take a look at some of the local dining options at the ballpark. FYI, Melt's "Parmageddon" was voted the best ballpark food in America. That's located behind Section 111.

Where should I park?: How much do you want to pay? Assuming the lots surrounding the Gateway District area are going to have increased prices, consider parking in a lot on W. 6th or W. 9th Street.

We also recommend taking the RTA into Tower City. The RTA will be extending service during all home playoff games. Here's a link to routes and schedules.

If you're catching an Uber home from the game, we recommend you walk a short distance from the ballpark before catching your ride so your Uber driver doesn't get stuck in postgame traffic.


If you're not heading to the ballpark to cheer on the Tribe, no worries. All games will be televised on FOX.

E. 4th Street and Prospect Avenue will likely be full of fellow fans. If you want to be part of the crowd, try The Clevelander or Panini's on E. 9th Street. The Thirsty Parrot is also a close option and The Winking Lizard is just across the street.

W. 6th and W. 9th streets have plenty of options, too. But note that some of those bars turn into nightclubs on weekends.


The Indians team shop and website is your best bet for official postseason gear. But don't forget, Cleveland has plenty of local t-shirt companies to get some swag.

Try GV Artwork, CLE Clothing Co., Where I'm From, Homage and Fresh Brewed for some cool options.


Who's on the team?: For a link to the tentative Indians World Series roster, click here.

How did we get here?: Check out a timeline of the Indians season below. (MOBILE USERS: Click here to view.)

What's that song?: Hear a player's walk-up song and need to know what it is? We've got you. We made a Spotify playlist of all the players' walk-up music.


MLB and Twitter have launched some new postseason emojis. Tweet the hashtag #RallyTogether to see the Indians'. Follow @Indians on Twitter for the latest news and follow @WKYC for all of our coverage.