ChiCub 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Pit 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
Date of game: 4/3/2014
Game Log
Bottom Inning 9
Tony Sanchez lined out to the pitcher. On the play, Neil Walker was doubled off first from the pitcher to first to complete the double play and end the game.

Top Inning 9
Anthony Rizzo grounded out second to first. None on with one out and Junior Lake due up.

Bottom Inning 8
Pedro Alvarez grounded out pitcher to first to end the inning.

Top Inning 7
Jason Hammel grounded out short to first to end the inning.

Top Inning 5
Starlin Castro grounded out second to first to end the inning.

Top Inning 5
Emilio Bonifacio grounded out short to first. None on with two outs and Starlin Castro due up.

Top Inning 4
Mike Olt struck out swinging. None on with two outs and Darwin Barney due up.

Bottom Inning 3
Starling Marte struck out swinging. Runner on first with two outs and Travis Snider due up.

Top Inning 3
Starlin Castro singled to right. On the play, Emilio Bonifacio advances to third. Runners on first and third with none out and Justin Ruggiano due up.

Top Inning 2
John Baker grounded out short to first. None on with two outs and Jason Hammel due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Starling Marte lined out to left. None on with one out and Travis Snider due up.

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