Well, he wasn’t going to remain perfect forever. Kevin Gregg blew his first save tonight, but it’s not like it was an ugly one. A walk, a groundout the moves the runner up, and a single. That’s all it takes sometimes. Not that you should be too elated or too panicked about Gregg’s trade value anyway, but don’t lose your mind over this one. In isolation, it has zero impact on his value.
Fortunately the Cubs were able to come through in the 11th to salvage the game (which was ably started by Jeff Samardzija (and Aaron Harang, actually)).