Game 7. The two best words in sports. It can go either way for the Cubs, writes Steve Rosenbloom: The greatest sports story ever told or the greatest sports heartbreak ever endured. Who ya got? Cubs’ Kyle Hendricks (who had a Cy Young-quality season) vs. Indians’ Corey Kluber (who could become the 14th pitcher to record three wins in a World Series). It’ll be all hands (and arms) on deck for the Cubs bullpen. Last night’s starter Jake Arrieta, Game 5 starter Jon Lester and a plethora of others are ready to pitch. “Last game of the year … everybody’s available pretty much,” Arrieta said. There have been 36 Game 7s in World Series history: The home and away teams are basically split on wins, with the home team taking 19 of 36. And when a team is down 3 games to 1 (like the Cubs), that team has come back to win Game 7 and the championship 4 out of 7 times. But the real winner (besides ticket brokers)? Fox Sports. Programming note: Game 7 will start eight minutes earlier tonight (7 p.m. on the dot). Try not to suck.