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Signs of Game 6: Fans don't hold punches when it comes to Joe Buck

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DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The Cleveland Indians will face the Chicago Cubs in Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday, but before we get to all of that let's take a moment to appreciate the care that went into some of the signs seen at Game 6.

The subjects deemed topical enough to warrant referencing via poster board at a Major League Baseball postseason series in November 2016 were exactly what you would expect them to be: David S. Pumpkins of viral SNL notoriety, Pokemon Go, and Harambe, a gorilla shot and killed at the Cincinnati zoo in May after a child wound up in its enclosure.

The easy target was announcer Joe Buck, who has drawn ire from Cleveland fans throughout the series for his starry-eyed comments about the northsiders from Chicago.

Let's take a look at the notables:

Game 7 is slated to begin at 8 p.m. EST.

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