The Cubs pulled off their second straight sweep to open up the second half. Yes, please.
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That’s five straight wins for the Cubs!
WHEW. The Cubs let it get really close in the 9th inning, but pulled out the win.
What a perfect debut for Jose Quintana and his new mates.
Even more runs than last night! The Cubs’ bats sure were clicking.
That was so beautiful. And then so horrible. And then so … well, fine, I guess.
The Chicago Cubs had one All-Star this year, and his presence was felt.
The first half is over. That’s the best you can say after that game.
Bats couldn’t get going, and the Cubs couldn’t overcome the one bad Jake Arrieta inning.
The Cubs and Pirates both missed a lot of early chances, but the Cubs didn’t miss them after that.
A bad loss to the wrong team at the wrong time.
All right. A nice comeback win for the Cubs, scoring in bunches late.
The Cubs came most of the way back from a big early hole, but couldn’t get all the way there.
All right. Back to .500 for the Cubs.
Another bad loss to a bad team, and the Cubs are under .500. Cheers!
The yo-yo season continues, as the Cubs did nothing tonight.
OMG. What just happened?
Things were bad for the Cubs. Things got worse for the Cubs.
You should do like the Cubs did and throw this one away.
My lord that was a tense game. Cubs win, but they also nearly wrecked me.
Good pitching after the first inning for the Cubs, but the offense didn’t hold up their end of things.
The Cubs fell behind early, battled back, and the pitching was brilliant.
That was extremely unfulfilling.
We Are Back. So said Miguel Montero last night, and the Cubs sure looked like it.
That was a bad loss, my friends.
That’s a winning streak, ladies and gentlemen!