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Cub Tracks’ one and one and one is three

WELCOME to today’s episode of Cub Tracks News & Notes™a collection of the greatest hits from Chicago-style beat writers and bloggers, courtesy of #Cubs#MiLBAnd #MLB baseball, overheated, drenched in writers’ tearsand then cold brewed overnight for maximum flavor.

Jameson Taillon quickly got the side out — Tobias Myers didn’t get off to a good start. The Cubs were lopsided, but it could have been a lot worse.

Should have been much worse. Double bear stack, one run. But later, as Jamo threw zeros:

Taillon left for Keegan Thompson after pitching as many as six innings.

The Cubs had a five-point lead at the time. Thompson was ineffective and the Brewers became lopsided. Someone had to put out the fire on Leiter’s side, and the Cubs escaped from the top of the seventh inning with a one-run lead.

Hector time. Hoo boy. Neris seems uneasy until he gets people on base.

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