While it's way, way too early to say that we're going to see teams change how bullpens are managed and move away from tradition there, you know the idea is there now with what Andrew Miller is doing in these playoffs.
It won't be easy but it's going to take a herculean effort from the Dodgers, and serious internal failure, for the Cubbies not to advance onto the 112th World Series.
The Cubs have a slight edge in talent and homefield but this series is essentially a coin toss with how the Dodgers' pitching has rounded into form and a deep lineup.
The Indians can't match Toronto's starting pitching but they have an excellent bullpen and can also manufacture runs.
Timing is every in the postseason and much like the offense; the Blue Jaysí rotation is rounding into form at the perfect time.