Well if you want to, but I'll remind you that this will be the last real baseball for 5 months.
I had the Cubs at the beginning so I'll stick with them. Seems like the smart way to go. If you want a length... I'll go with another 5 gamer. The pressure was about getting to the World Series. I had a pretty good playoff prediction set there. So far only miss was Indians over the Blue Jays.
Some various playoff factoids you might have missed
After the Cubs and Indians all the championship droughts are for expansion teams. Senators/Rangers, Astros, Brewers, Padres, Expos/Nats, Mariners.
It's pretty amazing though that if we don't count the Expos/Nats as one thing, the longest WS appearance drought is "only" 40 seasons (Mariners). Every avid baseball fan 45 and older has seen every team that has made a World Series in a World Series. In the past 10 seasons, 13 different teams have made the World Series. In the past 19 seasons, 20 teams have. So basically every adult has seen 2/3rds of the teams in baseball reach the World Series.
The Dodgers have now lost 4 consecutive NLCSs, accounting for 4 of the last 9. They were also the last team to lose back to back CSs (2008-09 to the Phillies) before Toronto took that crown from them this year.
Since it started 5 years ago the AL wild Card has featured 9 different teams, the Orioles this year were the first repeat team.
AL WC teams are 1-4 in the DS, the only exception being the World Series reaching Royals in 2014. NL WC teams are 3-2 in the DS.
The ALCS hasn't gone 7 games since 2008.
The last 4 World Series have gone 5 games (Road win in finale), 7 games (Road), 6 games (Home), and 4 games (Road). The last 5 before that went 7 (Home), 5 (Road), 6 (Home), 5 (Home), 4 (Road). That's a pretty good run of different types of series. We need a 4 game-sweep winning at home or a 6 game series, winning away to help complete the set.
If you're curious - last 6 game winner to do it away is the Marlins in 2003. Last 4 game sweep to end at home was the Yankees in 1999.