Jake Arrieta: no-hitter. Take a bow.
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One bad inning, and so many missed opportunities.
Kershaw gonna Kershaw.
Offense overwhelmed, pitching bombed out. Let’s imagination dance!
Cubs didn’t quite get the timely hits, and couldn’t hold down the Giants the third time through the order.
Things got a little dicey in the later innings, but the Cubs had built a big enough lead for it to hold up.
Fail to complete the shutout in the top of the 9th? No worries. It’s walk-off time.
Jason Hammel was solid, and the Cubs’ bats were explosive. That’s a nice combination, and it gave the team a four-game sweep.
In a season full of great wins, this is right up there among the best.
The Cubs came back in the middle innings, and held on to win again.
A nice, laid-back win. Whew. Needed that.
Blowout City, USA. The Cubs had offense in this series, but not much pitching.
Tough night for Cubs pitching, and the bats battled back only to see it slip away late.
Chris Sale was very Chris Sale today, and the Cubs’ streak came to an end.
It wasn’t always pretty, but it was the Cubs’ 9th straight win.
The Cubs’ bats were unkind to Jeff Samardzija, and the bullpen was unkind to the White Sox’s bats.
A blowout, great pitching, a sweep, so many homers, an incredible two weeks … I’m going to burst.
That went from exciting to tense to sad to exhilarating, all within about 20 minutes.
The Cubs worked over Brewers pitching all game long. Also, a fairly big debut.
That right there is a FOUR GAME SWEEP!