In an epic 10-inning, rain-delayed game, the Cubs delivered a result worth waiting for.
Youngster Addison Russell came through with the early grand slam to help set up what will surely be an epic Game 7.
What a catch! What a home run! WHAT A WIN!
The Cubs drew first blood but errors proved costly.
There were no runs for the home team, but the seventh-inning stretch was one for the ages.
The Cubs’ bats came alive, and Jake Arrieta pitched more than 5 no-hit innings.
Kyle Schwarber was productive in his return to the lineup, but the Cubs couldn’t quite crack Corey Kluber.
Click for high-resolution version Illustration: Matt Maldre The day after my daughter was born, Jake Arrieta threw a no-hitter against the Reds. Exactly six months later, Julia would be sitting on our couch to watch Game 6 of the NLCS. We rarely watch TV with her, so she was absolutely enthralled. Leaning forward on her … Read more