Cubs rally to hand Marlins fifth consecutive loss
Nick Madrigal delivered a go-ahead, double-playing single in the eighth inning of Chicago’s three-run on Saturday, and childrens won 4-2 against the away team Miami Marlinswho fell five years in a row
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Down 2-1 at the end of the eighth, Chicago opened the scoring when Cody Bellinger fouled Miami’s first pitcher Yuli Gurriel on a low throw-in from pitcher AJ Puk (3- first). Bellinger took second and third after right-hander Peyton Burdick lost Trey Mancini’s balloon in the sun to double the lead.
Two hitters later, Madrigal, who started on the third base, put the ball into the right half to lead Chicago 3-2. He then scored against Miguel Amaya in the middle in his first major league game for childrens
Chicago won the first two games of this set after a 1-6 road trip that began with a three-match defeat in Miami.
Jorge Soler hit the homer solo club for one of his two hits and Bryan De La Cruz won 2 to 4 with the RBI for sailfishwho has been trailing 34-12 in the last five games
After managing only the sixth inning in Friday’s opening 4-1 loss, Miami hit first on Saturday.
A walking pair by Chicago’s Drew Smyly, who threw 36 throws in the first game, sent him running in De La Cruz’s soft RBI single with two overtakings. Miami took a 2-0 lead in the third inning when Soler, a former Cub, advanced deep into the left stand area in the seventh game.
Smyly, who allowed to run more than seven innings in Washington on Monday, only lasted 3 1/3, while hitting two, three hits, three walks and hitting five of 83 throws.
Chicago halved a 2-0 deficit in the fourth inning as Bellinger doubled the lead against Bryan Hoeing, who started on schedule in the third round after Miami used Matt Barnes, then Andrew Nardi. , one in each. Bellinger scored in a single on the pitch opposite to the left of Matt Mervis, who also scored an RBI hit on his major league debut on Friday.
Chicago’s Keegan Thompson (2-2) allowed one hit in three innings to win.