Despite having a proper lineup for March split day, the Cubs arrived late! I mean they don’t win. But it was clearly a moral victory. And it’s all just Spring Training, who cares?
open! I have been told that this is as important as it is. with the game at the end of June That’s really bad!
Ryan Tepera gave up the lead for a Jackie Bradley Jr. double, which came immediately after walking over Keston Hiura, which came after the home referee had been very late in what could have been three (Tepera threw a good knife. in the strike zone but the field is waved), if and but and all You never know, but I’m angry, and so is Tepera. Still had to take action, he didn̵7;t, and he left a few more from there. Really rough outing
Trevor Megill’s mop later didn’t help. And that night became all laughter.
Balls in the 8th inning are allowed this season.
Enter tonight: 18
— Christopher Kamka (@ckamka) June 29, 2021
Kyle Hendricks should have played better than his line. with a number of soft touch singles coming in then again A little more airborne contact than you’d like to see. walk a few steps and only four Ks across six career opportunities. plus Homer forced Of course it’s not the same. And as a result, he made a poor start for the first time in nine games.
The Cubs have many unique chances to deal damage. by collecting the tall eight seasons walk (I mean, when Jose Lobaton walked twice, you know the Brewers weren’t quite right.) But they did some on base. Let the base load twice. And can’t seem to score without Homer. Maybe it’s not important to let things happen slowly. Even if they had a leader heading towards Day 8, perhaps the explosion was still going on…
Full marks in the box.