Well…almost everything. Seriously.
Cubs pitching was superb, holding the Sox to a single run.
Aroldis Chapman made his Cubs debut with a 1-2-3, 9th, and some pitches slowing to 100 mph.
There was no Cubs hitting through 5 as the Cubs were being no-hit by, Sox Starter Anthony Ranaudo.
Ranaudo made his presence further known as he dumped one in to the seats scoring the first run of the game. For that moment, it looked like that run might even stand up.
This wasn’t too good for the no-hit Cubs but, perhaps somebody in the Cubs dugout had had enough!
Where to start? It was a Cubs hitting explosion! Best you will get is commentary, and videos on the Official Cubs Home Page.
Is Papa John’s still doing the slam discount?
John Lackey gets the call to start for the Cubs in the 4th of the 4 games with the White Sox, and the 2nd of 2 from Wrigley Field.
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