The losses just keep getting uglier. Let’s have a drink. Or ten.
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When the other team starts holding guys at third in the later innings, you know it was a beat down.
The Cubs couldn’t hit the Blue Jays’ young starter, and the Blue Jays could definitely hit the Cubs’ young starter.
A couple losses today to the Pirates.
It was a long one – in two ways – and the Cubs couldn’t pull it out.
The Cubs have seriously dented the Brewers’ playoff hopes in this series.
The Cubs beat up on the Brewers again, though the Brewers did a lot of it to themselves.
Jacob Turner was fantastic today, and the Cubs’ bats and bullpen made it work.
Not the best loss in the world.
Move along. Nothing to see here.
Felix Doubront had a solid first start, and the Cubs unloaded some more bombs.
Jorge Soler exploded, and the pitching held the Cardinals down.
The Cubs weren’t really in this one. But I’m still in a generally pleasant mood.
Jorge Soler Day was a mixed bag. Some good performances (including his own), and some disappointment.
The Cubs’ dominated the Reds on the pitching side, and a couple homers were the difference.
That’s a sweep, folks. The Orioles came into this series as one of the clear top teams in baseball.
That’s the series from the best team in the AL East. Cubs won today’s contest convincingly.