Cashing in on an unlikely World Series match-up

Jed Kim Oct 25, 2016
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A vendor sells Chicago Cubs merchandise near Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs will face off against the Cleveland Indians in the World Series beginning tomorrow. This will be the Cubs first trip to the series since 1945.    Scott Olson/Getty Images

Cashing in on an unlikely World Series match-up

Jed Kim Oct 25, 2016
A vendor sells Chicago Cubs merchandise near Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs will face off against the Cleveland Indians in the World Series beginning tomorrow. This will be the Cubs first trip to the series since 1945.    Scott Olson/Getty Images
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Game 1 of the World Series is on Tuesday in Cleveland. It’s drawing even more national attention than usual, because the battle is between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians — two teams that haven’t won a World Series decades.  Who will cash in on the much hyped event?

Correction (Oct. 26, 2016): A previous version of the graphic accompanying this story misstated the GDP of Cleveland and Chicago.

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