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Cubs Lineup: 6/2/16 vs. Dodgers

Cubs vs. Dodgers — Wrigley Field
First Pitch: 1:20 CST
Cubs Starter: Kyle Hendricks, rhp (3-4, 2.93 ERA)
Dodgers Starter: Julio Urias, lhp (0-1, 10.13)
TV: CSN Chicago; Radio: 670 The Score

1. Dexter Fowler, cf
2. Jason Heyward, rf
3. Kris Bryant, 3b
4. Anthony Rizzo, 1b
5. Jorge Soler, lf
6. Addison Russell, ss
7. Javy Baez, 2b
8. Miguel Montero, c
9. Kyle Hendricks, p

Cubs Lineup: 6/1/16 vs. Dodgers

Cubs vs. Dodgers — Wrigley Field
First Pitch: 7:05 CST
Cubs Starter: Jon Lester, lhp (5-3, 2.48 ERA)
Dodgers Starter: Mike Bolsinger, rhp (1-1, 4.50)
TV: CSN, ESPN; Radio: 670 The Score

1. Dexter Fowler, cf
2. Jason Heyward, rf
3. Kris Bryant, lf
4. Anthony Rizzo, 1b
5. Ben Zobrist, 2b
6. Addison Russell, ss
7. Javy Baez, 3b
8. David Ross, c
9. Jon Lester, p

Cubs Minor League Report: 5/31/16

Iowa continued its strong run with a win, but Tennessee and South Bend were both on the losing side Tuesday. Myrtle Beach had the day off and will resume play today. Here are some highlights from yesterday’s minor-league Cubs action.

Iowa Cubs (24-26)
Pacific Coast League (Triple-A)
Third Place (-2.5)

Iowa extended its winning streak to a season-best five games with an 11-6 defeat of Oklahoma City.

  • C Willson Contreras (.331) extended his organization-best hitting streak to 10 games, going 2 for 5 with a triple (3), three RBI (33), a run scored and a walk. He has driven in 11 runs in his last four games.
  • 1B Dan Vogelbach (.309) went 3 for 4 with a solo homer (8), two RBI (38), a run scored and a walk. He has had an RBI in three straight games.
  • 3B-LF Logan Watkins (.229) went 2 for 5 with a double (6), two RBI (15), a run scored and a pair of stolen bases (5).
  • SS Munenori Kawasaki (.257) went 3 for 4 with a double (6), a run scored and a walk.

Tennessee Smokies (23-28)
Southern League (Double-A)
T-Third Place (-10.o)

The Smokies allowed seven runs over the first four frames and were defeated, 10-5.

  • RF Billy McKinney (.252) connected for his first homer of the season, going 2 for 4 with an RBI (15) and a pair of runs scored. He has reached base in his last five games.
  • CF Jacob Hannemann (.241) tied his season high with three hits, all singles.
  • DH Stephen Bruno (.217) went 2 for 4 with a ninth-inning double (1), a pair of RBI (4) and a run scored.

South Bend Cubs (31-19)
Midwest League (Single-A)
First Place (+1.0)

South Bend dropped its second game in a row, losing to Fort Wayne, 5-1.

  • C P.J. Higgins (.285) led the squad in hits with a 3 for 5 performance, all singles.
  • 3B Jesse Hodges (.305) added a triple (2), going 2 for 4.
  • DH Ian Rice (.383) went 2 for 3 with a walk. He has reached base in his last seven games.
  • LF Eloy Jimenez (.330) snapped his 17-game hitting streak with an 0 for 4 night.
  • RHP Kyle Twomey (4.66 ERA) fired 5.1 innings of one-hit baseball before being lifted. He fanned three and gave up one earned run.

Cubs Lineup: 5/31/16 vs. Dodgers

Cubs vs. Dodgers — Wrigley Field
First Pitch: 7:05 CST
Cubs Starter: Jake Arrieta, rhp (9-0, 1.72 ERA)
Dodgers Starter: Scott Kazmir, lhp (4-3, 4.84)
TV: ABC-7, ESPN (Out-of-Market Only); Radio: 670 The Score

1. Dexter Fowler, cf
2. Jason Heyward, rf
3. Kris Bryant, 3b
4. Anthony Rizzo, 1b
5. Ben Zobrist, 2b
6. Jorge Soler, lf
7. Addison Russell, ss
8. Miguel Montero, c
9. Jake Arrieta, p

Cubs Minor League Report: 5/30/16

Iowa had a strong all-around game, and Myrtle Beach battled back to capture a win. South Bend couldn’t do enough to pick up a victory, while Tennessee was off Monday. Here are some highlights from yesterday’s minor-league Cubs action.

Iowa Cubs (23-26)
Pacific Coast League (Triple-A)
Third Place (-3.0)

Iowa plated 10 runs in the sixth inning to finish off a four-game sweep of Albuquerque, 11-0.

  • C Willson Contreras (.329) connected on two homers (8), including a sixth inning grand slam. He went 4 for 5 with three runs scored and five RBI (30) and has a nine-game hit streak going.
  • LF Matt Murton (.328) went 2 for 5 with two doubles (4) and a run scored. He has batted .389 (14 for 36) in 12 May contests, including 9 for 18 in his last four games.
  • CF Albert Almora (.318) finished 3 for 5 with a double (12), a run scored and a stolen base (6).
  • 2B Arismendy Alcantara (.257), 3B Kristopher Negron (.277) and SS Munenori Kawasaki (.239) all had two hits, an RBI and a run scored.
  • Jake Buchanan (4.86 ERA) tossed six scoreless innings, walking none and giving up just four hits to pick up the win.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans (27-23)
Carolina League (High-A)
Second Place (-5.5)

Myrtle Beach rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat visiting Wilmington, 4-2.

  • RF Trey Martin (.224) reached four times, going 3 for 3 with a walk, a run scored and an RBI (9).
  • DH Shawon Dunston Jr. (.230) finished 2 for 3.
  • SS Gleyber Torres (.253) hit a solo homer (6) in the first inning and went 1 for 3 with two walks.
  • RHP Trevor Clifton (2.35 ERA) fanned six and gave up just two earned runs in six innings.

South Bend Cubs (31-18)
Midwest League (High-A)
First Place (+2.0)

South Bend collected 10 hits but dropped a 5-4 decision at home to Lansing.

  • 3B Andrew Ely (.321) was 2 for 5 with a double (11) and a run scored. He has posted a .381 average (32 for 84) in 21 May games.
  • C Tyler Alamo (.302) went 2 for 4 with a run scored, making it six straight games with a run.
  • DH Ian Rice (.368) reached twice, going 1 for 3 with a walk and two RBI (13).
  • LF Eloy Jimenez (.337) extended his hitting streak to 17 games (.433/29 for 67), going 1 for 4 with an RBI (35).

Cubs Minor League Recap: 5/26/16

The Tennessee Smokies knocked out 14 hits to pick up the minor-league system’s only win of the day Thursday. Here are some highlights from yesterday’s Cubs minor-league play.

Iowa Cubs (19-26)
Pacific Coast League (Triple-A)
Fourth Place (-6.0)

Iowa suffered its 10th loss in its last 11 contests, dropping a 6-3, 12-inning decision to El Paso.1B Dan

  • Vogelbach (.313) went 2 for 4 with a double (8), a run scored and an RBI (33).
  • CF Juan Perez (.278) went 2 for 4 with a walk and a stolen base (4).
  • RHP Carl Edwards Jr. (2 IP, 1 H, 1 SO) tossed two scoreless innings of relief.
  • LHP Gerardo Concepcion (1 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO) allowed his first run of the season.
  • RHP Alex Sanabia pitched 5.2 innings, his longest outing of the season.

Tennessee Smokies (22-25)
Southern League (Double-A)
T-Third Place (-6.5)

The Smokies collected 14 hits and topped Chattanooga, 7-6.

  • 1B David Freitas (.284) was a double shy of the cycle, going 3 for 4 with a triple (1) and a homer. He also knocked in four runs (17) and scored once.
  • LF Mark Zagunis (.289) added a pair of doubles (11), going 2 for 5 with a run scored.
  • C Victor Caratini (.284) was 2 for 3 with three runs scored, a double (10) and a walk.
  • RF Billy McKinney (.236) and DH Chesny Young (.316) both had multi-hit games.
  • RHP Juan Paniagua (2 IP, 2 H, 1 SO) earned the win and has allowed just one run over his last 12.1 innings pitched.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans (26-20)
Carolina League (High-A)
Second Place (-4.5)

Myrtle Beach batters mustered only four hits as the Pelicans fell to Carolina, 10-2.

  • 3B Jason Vosler (.290) had the team’s only multi-hit game, going 2 for 4 with a double (11) and two RBI (18).
  • DH Ian Happ (.277) reached twice, drawing a pair of walks and scoring a run.
  • 1B Yasiel Balaguert (.249) and 2B Daniel Lockhart (.261) both went 1 for 4.
  • RHP Jeremy Null allowed more than one run in a start for the first time this season (three starts total).

South Bend Cubs (28-17)
Midwest League (Single-A)
First Place (+2.0)

South Bend had its six-game winning streak snapped, falling 9-4 at home to Great Lakes.

  • SS Bryant Flete (.239) had the team’s only multi-hit game, going 2 for 3 with a walk and an RBI (10).
  • LF Eloy Jimenez (.335) extended his hitting streak to 13 games (.442/23 for 52), going 1 for 3 with a double (14), a walk and two RBI (30).
  • C P.J. Higgins (.286) reached base three times, going 1 for 3 with a double (12), two walks and a run scored. He is batting .474 (9 for 19) with a .583 OBP in his last five games.

Cubs Lineup: 5/27/16 vs. Phillies

Cubs vs. Phillies — Wrigley Field
First Pitch: 1:20 CST
Cubs Starter: Jon Lester, lhp (4-3, 2.60 ERA)
Phillies Starter: Adam Morgan, lhp (1-2, 5.61 ERA)
TV: CSN Chicago; Radio: 670 The Score

1. Dexter Fowler, cf
2. Ben Zobrist, 2b
3. Kris Bryant, 1b
4. Jorge Soler, lf
5. Matt Szczur, rf
6. Addison Russell, ss
7. Javy Baez, 3b
8. David Ross, c
9. Jon Lester, p

Cubs Fourth Homestand Events and Promotions: 5/27/16-6/5/16

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The Chicago Cubs begin a 10-game homestand this Friday as they host the Philadelphia Phillies (May 27-29), Los Angeles Dodgers (May 30-June 2) and Arizona Diamondbacks (June 3-5).

The homestand begins with the first Budweiser Bleacher Friday of the season, featuring a ’90s Visor for up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher guests age 21 and older. The DraftKings Fantasy Sports Zone will feature a King’s Burger and 20-ounce Budweiser pairing for just $12 while supplies last. Bud Fridays will feature unique Budweiser Bleacher giveaways throughout the 2016 season, including a “Save Ferris” T-shirt honoring the 30-year anniversary of the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, a Distressed Cubs Cap, a Bud Fridays Tank Top, a Cubs Fedora and Joe Maddon Sunglasses. Fans are encouraged to share photos on social media using #BudFridays. Guests can view the Bud Fridays promotional schedule and purchase tickets at cubs.com/budfridays.

On Memorial Day, May 30, the Cubs will join other Major League Baseball teams in honoring those who have fallen while protecting the country through military service. The team will wear Memorial Day jerseys and caps, and bases used on the field will feature specialty base jewels. These items will be authenticated, collected and auctioned by Cubs Authentics at cubs.com/authentics. Net proceeds from the auction benefit Cubs Charities.

On Wednesday, June 1, the Cubs will commemorate Conquer Cancer Day as declared through an official proclamation by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, while kicking off June as Conquer Cancer Month as declared through an official proclamation by Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to support the important and enduring work of oncologists as they continue to help and heal the greater community affected by the disease. Up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher fans will receive a Cubs Cap presented by Conquer Cancer Foundation. These fans will be asked to turn their caps inside out, showing the orange bill underneath, in the middle of the eighth inning to “rally to conquer cancer.” Supporters of a Cubs Authentics auction benefiting Conquer Cancer Foundation who are fighting cancer, have survived or support those who battle the disease will take the field pregame to meet Cubs players at each position. Following the game June 1 if the Cubs win, or after the first Cubs win thereafter, the team will fly a W Flag signed by cancer survivors above the historic Wrigley Field scoreboard.

Thursday, June 2, is Majestic Jersey Day at Wrigley Field. Following the afternoon’s game, Cubs players will give the jerseys “off their backs” on the field to Majestic’s guests and two lucky hand-selected fans.

On Friday, June 3, Hefty Flips for Charity with a postgame, record-breaking flip cup game benefiting two charitable organizations selected by the Cubs players who will serve as official team captains. Two hundred fans will square off in the outfield following the team’s 1:20 p.m. game to play the world’s largest flip cup game, with a total of $40,000 being donated to the players’ selected charities. This postgame flip cup game will be played with Hefty Ultimate Easy Grip Cups filled with water. Interested participants age 21 and older may register to play, with a game ticket provided by Hefty, at cubs.com/hefty.

Tickets remain available at cubs.com or 800-THE-CUBS (800-843-2827). Highlights of the homestand follow.

Promotions
Bud Fridays kick off May 27 in the Budweiser Bleachers, with up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher guests age 21-and-older receiving a ‘90s Visor.

Up to the first 10,000 fans at the game Monday, May 30, will receive a Ryne Sandberg Retired Number Flag presented by Pepsi.

On Wednesday, June 1, the Cubs will commemorate Conquer Cancer Day with up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher fans receiving a Cubs Cap presented by Conquer Cancer Foundation. These fans will be asked to turn their caps inside out, showing the orange bill underneath, in the middle of the eighth inning to “rally to conquer cancer.”

Up to the first 20,000 fans at the game Friday, June 3, will receive a Cubs Reusable Tote Bag presented by MLB Network.

On Saturday, June 4, up to the first 10,000 fans will receive a Commemorative Oversized Jon Lester Trading Card presented by Topps.

The homestand concludes Sunday, June 5, with up to the first 5,000 kids 13 and younger receiving a Cubs Laundry Hamper presented by Vienna Beef. The first 1,000 kids 13-and-younger can participate in postgame Kids Run the Bases after each Kids Sundays day game, weather permitting.

Food Specials
Coinciding with the beginning of Bud Fridays at Wrigley Field May 27, the DraftKings Fantasy Sports Zone will offer a King’s Burger and 20-ounce Budweiser pairing for just $12 while supplies last. The King’s Burger is topped with American cheese, lettuce, pickle, tomato and a special king’s sauce.

Beginning Sunday, May 29, and continuing each Sunday home game throughout the season, Budweiser Bleacher guests can enjoy Brunch at the Ballpark presented by Tito’s Vodka. Fans can order a Tito’s Bloody Mary made with America’s original craft vodka at the concession stands in the Right Field Porch. Those looking for a perfect food pairing can visit Platform 14, located behind the center-field scoreboard in the Budweiser Bleachers, for specialty Hot Doug’s breakfast sausages. This homestand will feature a pepper and onion pork sausage topped with scrambled eggs, diced tomatoes and grilled peppers and onions, or a Cajun andouille sausage topped with scrambled eggs, maple butter and diced bacon.

Hot Doug’s will continue its rotating sausage selections at Platform 14. The Mike Bielecki is a pepper and onion pork sausage with marinara and fresh mozzarella cheese. The Manny Trillo is a Cajun andouille sausage with Cajun mustard, caramelized onions and shredded cheddar cheese. Finally, the Champ Summers is a Vienna Beef spicy polish sausage with Goose Island beer mustard and crispy fried onions.

The Decade Diner, located in the right-field concourse, continues its rotating homestand specials as well. This homestand, fans can order a Reuben Sandwich with warm pastrami, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and house-made Louie dressing on toasted marble rye bread. The Philly Cheesesteak features shaved ribeye steak, melted cheese and caramelized onions layered on a crusty hoagie roll. Both sandwiches are served with french fries.

Let’s Give Cubs Charities Events
On June 1, in partnership with Autism Speaks, the Cubs are offering Terrace Reserved Outfield tickets in support of MLB’s Autism Awareness Initiative. A portion of every ticket sold will support Autism Speaks’ mission of improving the lives of those impacted by autism. Fans can visit cubs.com/tickets and purchase Autism Awareness tickets under the Game Highlights tab to participate. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.

The following day, the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation will host its sold out, fourth annual Cook-Off for Cancer, which will feature tasting portions prepared by notable Chicago chefs and served by Cubs players at Morgan Manufacturing. Guests will vote for their favorite chefs and dishes by tipping their Cubs server. Tips and event net proceeds will benefit pediatric cancer research as well as provide support to children and their families battling the disease. For more information, visit cubs.com/cook.

Manager Joe Maddon continues his support of Chicago nonprofit organizations through his “Respect Community” charity T-shirt initiative. After every Friday home game, Maddon represents a different Chicago nonprofit by wearing the organization’s T-shirt during his postgame press conference. On Friday, May 27, Maddon will represent the Military Youth Discovery Program through USO of Illinois. A grant from Cubs Charities allows the USO of Illinois to provide children of military personnel with year-round educational, recreational and cultural events and programs through the Discovery Kids program. The program is specifically designed to the lift the spirits of military kids who face special challenges with frequent moves and missing parents who are training or deployed.

Homestand Recap, May 27-June 5
Friday, May 27, Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Bud Fridays ‘90s Visor, up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher guests age 21-and-older
  • First pitches: Actor Dave Franco and Chicago native WWE superstar Summer Rae
  • National anthem: Wayne Messmer
  • Broadcast: CSN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Saturday, May 28, Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 1:20 p.m.

  • First pitch and seventh-inning stretch: Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery
  • National anthem: John Adair
  • Broadcast: ABC 7, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Sunday, May 29, Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 1:20 p.m.

  • National anthem: Wayne and Kathleen Messmer
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, 670 The Score, Cubs.com
  • Postgame: Kids Run the Bases, first 1,000 kids 13 and under

Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day), Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 4:05 p.m.

  • Promotion: Ryne Sandberg Retired Number Flag presented By Pepsi, up to the first 10,000 fans
  • First pitch and seventh-inning stretch: Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg
  • First pitch: Tristan Hotchkin, son of fallen Pfc. Gunnar Hotchkin, with Helping Hands for Freedom
  • National anthem: Singer Julianna Zobrist, wife of Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Tuesday, May 31, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 7:05 p.m.

  • First pitch: Chicago Fire actor Joe Minoso
  • National anthem: Jessica Rae
  • Broadcast: ABC 7, ESPN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Wednesday, June 1, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 7:05 p.m.

  • Promotion: “Conquer Cancer Day” Cubs Cap presented by Conquer Cancer Foundation, up to the first 5,000 Budweiser Bleacher guests
  • First pitch and seventh-inning stretch: Chicagoland native NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager
  • National anthem: Wayne Messmer
  • Broadcast: CSN, ESPN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Thursday, June 2, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, 1:20 p.m.

  • First pitch and seventh-inning stretch: Actor and Chicago native Joe Mantegna
  • National anthem: Jeff Ray
  • Broadcast: CSN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com
  • Postgame: Majestic “Jersey Off Their Back” exchange
  • Postgame: Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation’s Cook-Off for Cancer

Friday, June 3, Chicago Cubs vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Cubs Reusable Tote Bag presented by MLB Network, up to the first 20,000 fans
  • First pitch: Member of Oracle Team USA
  • National anthem: Wayne Messmer
  • Seventh-inning stretch: Former Cubs and current Diamondbacks TV broadcaster Bob Brenly
  • Broadcast: CSN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com
  • Postgame: Hefty Flips for Charity

Saturday, June 4, Chicago Cubs vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Commemorative Oversized Jon Lester Trading Card presented by Topps, up to the first 10,000 fans
  • First pitch and seventh-inning stretch: Chicago Sky’s Elena Delle Donne, 2015 WNBA MVP
  • National anthem: Stephanie Varone
  • Broadcast: WGN-TV, 670 The Score, Cubs.com

Sunday, June 5, Chicago Cubs vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 1:20 p.m.

  • Promotion: Cubs Laundry Hamper presented by Vienna Beef, up to the first 5,000 kids 13-and-younger
  • Broadcast: CSN, 670 The Score, Cubs.com
  • Postgame: Kids Run the Bases, first 1,000 kids 13-and-under

Cubs Minor League Recap: 5/24/16

Iowa snapped a losing streak, Myrtle Beach won a long game, and South Bend’s offense powered the team to a victory Tuesday. Tennessee had the day off and resumes action today. Here are some highlights from yesterday’s Cubs minor-league play.

Iowa Cubs (19-24)
Pacific Coast League (Triple-A)
Fourth Place (-5.5)

Iowa snapped an eight-game losing streak by topping El Paso, 8-3.

  • C Willson Contreras (.326) homered (5) for the second time in two games and added a walk and two runs.
  • CF Albert Almora (.333) went 2 for 4 with a double (10), three RBI (26) and a run scored.
  • 2B Arismendy Alcantara (.257) was 2 for 4 with a double (5), an RBI (16) and two runs scored.
  • 3B Kristopher Negron (.279) added a multi-hit game, going 2 for 4 with an RBI (18).
  • LHP Rob Zastryzny (2.57 ERA) allowed just two runs in his first start after being promoted to Triple-A.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans (25-19)
Carolina League (High-A)
Second Place (-5.5)

The Pelicans outlasted Carolina in a 14-inning affair, winning 3-2.

  • 2B Ian Happ (.281) went 3 for 6 with a two-run homer (5) and two runs scored. He’s reached base in each of the last 12 games.
  • SS Gleyber Torres (.245) contributed a double (11), going 2 for 6 with a run scored.
  • RHP Trevor Clifton (2.25) fanned four in 5.2 innings and notched his third straight start without allowing a run.

South Bend Cubs (27-16)
Midwest League (Single-A)
First Place (+3.0)

The SB-Cubs had five extra-base hits and only stranded four runners, topping Great Lakes, 8-3.

  • LF Eloy Jimenez (.335) launched a two-out, two-run homer (7) in the first inning. He has knocked in five runs over his last three games.
  • 2B Andrew Ely (.328) went 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles (9), a walk, a stolen base (4) and three runs scored. He has five multi-hit games over his last six starts.
  • RF Eddy Martinez (.220) had a multi-hit game, going 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI (25) and a run scored.
  • DH Tyler Alamo (.287) went 1 for 4 with a two-run homer (2) in the third inning.
  • RHP Kyle Miller (2.1 IP, 3 SO) has only allowed two runs in his 16 innings of work this season (1.13 ERA).

Cubs Lineup: 6/25/16 vs. Cardinals

Cubs vs. Cardinals — Busch Stadium
First Pitch: 12:45 CST
Cubs Starter: Jake Arrieta, rhp (8-0, 1.29 ERA)
Cardinals Starter: Carlos Martinez, rhp (4-4, 3.56 ERA)
TV: ABC7 Chicago; Radio: 670 The Score

1. Dexter Fowler, cf
2. Jason Heyward, rf
3. Kris Bryant, lf
4. Anthony Rizzo, 1b
5. Ben Zobrist, 2b
6. Tommy La Stella, 3b
7. Miguel Montero, c
8. Addison Russell, ss
9. Jake Arrieta, p

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