CLEVELAND - The excitement of Tribe fans is contagious.
"Let's go Tribe," yelled a group of men outside their East 4th Street window.
At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame more cheers, "Go Tribe!" one fan screamed.
Across Cleveland anticipation is spreading ahead of World Series game 4 in Chicago. Saturday night's Watch Party at Progressive Field is sold out.
"Everyone screamed jumped around everyone was hugging high-fiving strangers," said Robyn Marcs. "It was basically the end of Major League the movie."
Marcs was at Progressive Field Friday night and says watching the Tribe beat Chicago was a moment she will never forget.
"To see a World Series game at Progressive Field is the coolest thing I'll be able to say ever," said Robyn Marcs.
It's a moment many fans are returning home to witness.
"I miss the Cleveland. I miss the people, the Indians," said Andrea Benitez who flew in from Texas hoping to witness a Tribe win in person.
"The city is amazing it's vibrant so I want to be part of it," said Benitez. Who is originally from Colombia but has family in Cleveland. She, along with other fans, is coming back to be a part of Cleveland's banner year.
"We just want to suck up the atmosphere," said Tribe fan David Johnson. "I'm 52 years old and haven't had very many opportunities like this so we are just going to enjoy the moment."
The Indians are just two wins away from bringing another championship to Cleveland. Fans Fox 8 talked to are becoming more optimistic that the Indians can emerge as winners despite being cast as the underdogs.
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"Everybody has been counting us out all year but I feel like we just keep proving people wrong," said Julian Caraballo who is attending Saturday's watch party.
Fans predict the series will not go to game seven. Due largely to what they call phenomenal pitching and coaches.
"Terry Francona is a genius I don't think we're going to go to game 7," said fan Michael Resch. "After what he did last night with his pitching staff. I don't think it will go that far."
Benitez says after years away from a city she's grown to love, returning during such a historic time is something she will always cherish.
"Cleveland has it all," said Benitez. "It's a city of champions."