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Cubs 5, Reds 2

In Postgame by berselius8 Comments

OSS: Cubs finally win a series against the frickin’ Reds Three up: Sonny Gray mostly kept the Cubs bats in check, but his two mistakes were deposited in the bleachers for solo shots by KB and Russell. That was all the offense the Cubs would need for most of the game, as Darvish had his A game today. Darvish struck …

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Cubs 4, Reds 3

In Postgame by berselius14 Comments

OSS: War Bear walks it off in extras. Three up Kyle Schwarber managed to drop a Raisel Iglesias pitch in the basket to give the Cubs a walkoff win. KB and Robel Garcia also homered in this one to tie the game up in the earlier innings. Garcia has a .703 wOBA since being called up to the Cubs, and …

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Cubs 8, Pirates 3

In Postgame by berselius59 Comments

OSS: The Cubs are back, or something! Three up: The Cubs cruised to a sweep on the back of a pile of home runs. Today, Jason Heyward, Albert Almora, and Kyle Schwarber brought the lumber, and their three home runs brought their total in the three game series to six. Heyward’s go-ahead shot in the second was the Cubs biggest …

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Cubs 6, Sox 3

In Postgame by berselius116 Comments

OSS: If you can draw five walks in one inning, chances are you’re going to win that game. Three up: Eight straight Cubs reached base against Sox ace Lucas Giolito and reliever Evan Marshall in the Cubs five run fifth inning. Giolito walked the bases loaded, then gave up back to back doubles to War Bear and Baez. Giolito struggled …

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Cubs 8, Braves 3

In Postgame by berselius277 Comments

OSS: Cubs get some clutch hits, cruise to victory against another playoff contender. Three up: Willson Contreras had the two biggest hits of the day by WPA, driving in the Cubs first two runs by homering in the second inning and knocking in Javy on a RBI single in his next PA. He also prompted a kerfuffle with his first …

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Cubs 7, Mets 4

In Postgame by berselius115 Comments

OSS: Adbert Alzolay Arrives Alliteravely Three up: Adbert Alzolay made his major league debut as a piggyback starter with Chatwood, and looked very impressive. Who knew that the Cubs could develop any pitchers? Alzolay struck out five batters in four innings and had wicked stuff. He was pulled in his fifth inning of the game after giving up a solo …