Cubs pitching dominated this series, giving up just 6 runs to the Tigers in 5 games. And 3 of those runs really didn't count as they were in game 1. A game that ended in a tie after 12 innings with the score tied 3-3.
the Cubs do not lose a game in the Series and defeat the Detroit Tigers for a World Series championship.
October 8, 1907
Game 1, World Series
This game ends up in a tie game 3-3 after 12 innings due to darkness. The game is not suspended or completed.
October 9, 1907
Game 2, World Series
Jack Pfeister piches a complete game as Cubs defeat Tigers 3-1 to take a 1-0 lead in the 1907 World Series.
October 10, 1907
Game 3, World Series
Ed Reulbach gives up just six hits as Cubs defeat Tigers 5-1 to take a 2-0 lead in Ws
October 11, 1907
Game 4, World Series
Cubs win 6-1 win in Detroit to go up 3-0 . Orval Overall 5 hitter and drove in 2 runs
October 12, 1907
Game 5, World Series
3 Finger Brown pitches 7 hit shutout to close out Cubs WS victory 2-0. Cubs sweep tigers to win WS.