At least the rain delay made it easy to calm down and check out.
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Kyle Hendricks doing work, saving the still-struggling offense.
Kris Bryant loves America and baseball. Cubs win.
Ok, so maybe all of the offensive problems aren’t fixed. Not that you’re surprised. Process and all that …
That’s a sweep! And an offensive explosion!
Love the ending, but boy was it brutal getting there.
At last. A win. It felt like it took a week. Oh, wait.
The Cardinals series ends with a resounding thud. What a disastrous weekend that was.
Not much good to say about this one. Moving along.
The Cubs had so, so many chances in this one. Two runs with all the baserunners they had is really disappointing.
A strange and disappointing loss leads to a series split.
The Cubs hung around in this one, but couldn’t quite get all the way back in it.
More extra-innings? More one-run games? No problem: more walk-offs!
Kris Bryant and the Cubs’ bullpen play hero.
Jake Arrieta was as dominant as the Cubs’ bats.
It wasn’t technically a walk-off, but Starlin Castro gets the winning hit yet again.
Anthony Rizzo! Hooray! Everything else … not so much.
The rain delay didn’t help the Cubs in this one, and they lose late.
Nope. That’s not a football score. Just a whoopin’. Fun, funny game.
This game went poorly in every way. Not even Kyle Schwarber’s debut could save it.