If the Cubs were going to get no-hit for the first time in 50 years, it wasn’t going to end on some routine grounder or a strikeout or a pop up.

It had to end with the guy in center field over-pursuing the ball, spinning, falling down on the warning track, and catching the ballĀ after he’d already fallen down:

I just shake my head, and vaccilate between thinking it was cool to have seen history … and thinking it was another terrible loss to a terrible team in a season when terrible losses to terrible teams are not something the Cubs can afford.

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