The Chicago Cubs forced Game 6 of the World Series with 3-2 heart pounding win on Sunday. To seal the victory the Cubs needed to use closer Aroldis Chapman to get the final eight outs, a recipe they should notwant to follow again. Chicago still needs to lock down two big wins before they can take home their first championship since winning their second of back to back titles in 1908. here are three things the Cubs will need to do to defeat the Cleveland Indians in Game 6 on Tuesday night in Cleveland.

It's all about control

2015 National League Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta will be on the mound for the Cubs on Tuesday and he isn't the same pitcher that he was last year. Arrieta doesn't have the pinpoint control he displayed last season, allowing 28 more walks in 32 fewer innings of work, and it has gotten the right-hander in some trouble. He got the win in Game 2, but he did allow three walks and wasn't able to make it out of the sixth inning. If the Cubs are going to win, Arrieta will need to keep runners off base because, like his teammate Jon Lester, he is not very good at keeping the running game in check.

Just a little patience

Chicago's offense needs to relax and show a little patience against Cleveland's starter Josh Tomlin. Many of the Cubs hitters are just getting themselves out by swinging wildly at breaking balls. One prime example is second baseman Javier Baez. He is batting just .143 this series with nine strikeouts in 21 plate appearances. The way Baez is flailing away at every breaking ball it would be foolish for the Indians to throw him a fastball.

The Schwarber effect

There is just something about Kyle Schwarber that seems to get his teammates going and he will be back in the lineup on Tuesday for Game 6.

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Schwarber was limited to just one pinch hit appearance in the three games at Wrigley Field because his knee injury would not allow him to play in the field. Now that the series is back in Cleveland, and thus the use of the designated hitter returns, he will be in the heart of the lineup. Schwarber's bat is always just one swing away from putting some runs on the board.

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