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Russell hit a game ending, three run homer off cheap Neftali Feliz jersey in Chicago’s four run ninth, sending the Cubs jerseys to a 7 4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers jerseys on Wednesday.
Russell’s second homer of the season helped Chicago take two of three from Milwaukee after dropping the series opener Monday. The Cubs jerseys trailed 5 0 on Tuesday night before rallying for a 9 7 victory.
“That’s the type of style that we play,” Russell said. “We feel strongly about that. It seems like whenever your count us out, we seem to have a spark.”
The Cubs jerseys overcame a rough outing for right hander cheap Kyle Hendricks jersey, who tied his career high with four walks in five innings. cheap Mike Montgomery jersey, cheap Pedro Strop jersey, cheap Koji Uehara jersey and cheap Wade Davis jersey (2 0) combined for four scoreless innings, allowing two hits.
Chicago trailed 4 1 before cheap Willson Contreras jersey’ RBI single in the sixth off cheap Carlos Torres jersey. Russell added a run scoring bloop single in the eighth, poking the ball just over cheap Eric Thames jersey at first base.
Trying for his first four out save this year, Feliz (0 2) struck out cheap Javier Baez jersey to strand a runner on third in the eighth. But cheap Jon Jay jersey walked with one out in the ninth, took third on a single by pinch hitter cheap Miguel Montero jersey and scored on cheap Kris Bryant jersey’s single.
cheap Anthony Rizzo jersey grounded out, and Russell followed with a drive into the left field bleachers on a 2 0 count.
“You know when you go for a four out save that something can happen in the ninth and to the Cubs jerseys’ credit, they kept extending at bats,” Brewers jerseys manager Craig Counsell said. “That’s the risk of doing it. But I’d do it again, because that at bat in the eighth where he struck out Baez was big, too.”
Brewers jerseys starter cheap Tommy Milone jersey allowed one run and three hits in five innings on a cold afternoon at Wrigley Field, where the temperature dipped into the 40s. Rain delayed the start by 55 minutes.
“It was a tough day all around,” Cubs jerseys manager Joe Maddon said. “But we just keep coming back for more.
“It is the resiliency, it is the fact that we do not quit. It’s on the ring. ‘We don’t quit.’ It’s on the ring and there’s a perfect example of it.”
Chicago went 4 5 on its first homestand of the season.
Hendricks walked Milone in the fourth the first time in his four year big league career that Hendricks walked a pitcher.
Two of Hendricks’ walks were to Thames, who walked three times. Thames is one of baseball’s hottest hitters, but did not get a hit for the first time in 13 starts this season.
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Barring rainouts or other changes, it means Lester will not pitch in Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox jerseys, his former team, during next week’s series.
Lester has not pitched at Fenway since July 20, 2014, and has not faced Boston since being traded to Oakland at the 2014 trade deadline.
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Cubs jerseys outfielder cheap Kyle Schwarber jersey, who missed most of last season with a knee injury, was out of the starting lineup for the first time this year. Schwarber struck out as a pinch hitter in the seventh inning and popped out in the ninth.
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