A big game for Cubs prospects, including C.J. Edwards, Dan Vogelbach, and especially Jacob Hannemann.
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If the AL Wild Card Game showed how great a one-gamer can be, this one showed the flip side.
One of the most incredible games you’ll see, and one that benefited from the Wild Card format.
The Cubs finish 16 games under .500, but there’s a lot to feel good about.
Woof. Rough night for the offense.
It wasn’t a great first big league start for Eric Jokisch, but the Cubs scored enough runs to make it work.
Jake Arrieta dominates the Cardinals to close out the home slate of games. That’ll do.
Walking off against the Cardinals? You will take that any day of any season.
Bad night for Travis Wood. Bad night for the offense. Bad night for the Cubs.
The Cubs gave up a whole lot of hits this weekend.
It was Kershaw versus Jackson. What did you expect? OK, well, maybe not quite this.
That looked good for the first half of the game.
Take that, Reds Spring Training lineup!
I don’t care what the history books say: that performance was better than many no-hitters.