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wrigley field inside featureThat’s no moon …

I’m headed to Wrigley for Star Wars Night tonight, so stop by the right field bleachers (down by the LED board) and say hi to the guy in the blue BN shirt and blue/yellow shoes. Security told me the stormtrooper outfit was a no go.

If you’re coming down before the game, I’ll be at Casey Moran’s on Clark.

The Giants will have to get past last night’s frustrating loss (or give in their anger … ), and try to take it out on Edwin Jackson. Conversely, Jackson will try to string together a solid start in an otherwise dismal season.

Hunter Pence thinks Greedo shot first.

 

UPDATE: Starlin Castro was just scratched due to a family emergency, so Javy Baez will play short, and the lineup will change.

Game Info

San Francisco Giants (65-59) at Chicago Cubs (55-70), 7:05 CT on WCIU

Game Thread and Series Preview

Game threads now live here in the comments – and with Disqus, they should be even more enjoyable.

The Series Preview lives here.

Starting Pitchers

Jake Peavy (4.57 ERA, 4.61 FIP, 4.37 xFIP; 2.13 K/BB)

versus

Edwin Jackson (5.74 ERA, 4.25 FIP, 4.02 xFIP; 2.05 K/BB)

San Francisco Giants Lineup

1. Angel Pagan, CF

2. Hunter Pence, RF

3. Pablo Sandoval, 3B

4. Michael Morse, LF

5. Joe Panik, 2B

6. Travis Ishikawa, 1B

7. Andrew Susac, C

8. Brandon Crawford, SS

9. Jake Peavy, P

Chicago Cubs Lineup

1. Chris Coghlan, LF

2. Javier Baez, 2B

3. Anthony Rizzo, 1B

4. Starlin Castro, SS

5. Luis Valbuena, 3B

6. Ryan Sweeney, RF

7. Arismendy Alcantara, CF

8. John Baker, C

9. Edwin Jackson, P

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