The Chicago Cubs are in the playoffs, however a prediction in the movie, "Back to the Future,"  has some Cubs fans looking for a World Series win.

Well, if the Chicago bats don't come alive, it will soon be over except for the "wait 'til next year" lines. They could get swept on Wednesday.

On Tuesday night, Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy slammed his fifth home run in his fifth consecutive post-season game, leaving his manager, Terry Collins, in awe.

"I've watched a lot of baseball over the years. I don't think I've seen anybody put on this kind of a show on this stage like he has so far," Collins said.

The Mets also got a strong pitching performance from Jacob deGrom, who gave up four hits in seven innings.

Cubs Manager, Joe Maddon, has a different agenda moving forward.

"It's up to us to go out there and play and perform and execute. I really put all my stock and faith in the fact that I know our guys are ready to play," Maddon, the manager for the Cubs, said.

Game 4 is Wednesday at Wrigley Field.