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CHICAGO — Umpires hastily cleared the field during the Cubs-Indians game on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field when a small drone flew into the ballpark over the left-center bleachers and landed on the grass as Willson Contreras came to bat with with two outs in the bottom of the fifth.

After it landed, the blinking drone took off, hovered at about 100 feet, then pulled away and vanished into the night beyond the center-field scoreboard.

Following a seven-minute delay, Contreras resumed his at-bat and grounded out to Indians pitcher Aaron Civale.

“Just another thing thrown at you,” Civale said after the Cubs’ 3-2 win in 10 innings. “But it happened. You’ve just got to push through those things.”

Javier Báez said the Cubs didn’t take the the drone incursion lightly.

“I saw it and it just kept getting closer,” he said. “You never know what’s the deal with a drone. We just stayed away from it.”

Báez’s RBI single in the 10th lifted the Cubs to their fourth straight win.

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Cleveland went 35-25, earning a postseason spot with a second-place finish in the AL Central. The Yankees were hot and cold in the regular season, putting together streaks of 16-6, 5-15, 10-0 and 2-6 over the 60-game campaign. They finished 33-27, second place in the AL East and are in the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. 

© Wendell Cruz, USA TODAY Sports Gerrit Cole is starting Game 1 for the Yankees.

The Yankees, who have 27 World Series titles, haven't won it all since 2009, making this one of the longest droughts in club history. The Twins have won the World Series three times, including onc as the Washington Senators, most recently in 1991.

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In the first season of his nine-year, $324 million contract with the Yankees, Gerrit Cole (7-3, 2.84 ERA) takes the mound for the series opener. Cole has a 2.61 ERA in 10 career postseason starts and went 4-1 with a 1.72 ERA and 47 strikeouts in 36 ⅔ innings for the Astros in the playoffs last season.

Cleveland turns to 25-year-old ace Shane Bieber (8-1, 1.63 ERA) in Game 1, making his first career postseason start. Bieber, the presumed AL Cy Young winner, won pitching's triple crown this season, leading the leagues in wins, strikeouts (122) and ERA. Opponents hit .167 against Bieber, who only gave up one home run to a left-handed hitter in the regular season.

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