Cardinals 8, Cubs 3 – .

Phillies 15, Cubs 10 – .

It was fun for a few rounds. A little, anyway. Alec Mills looked good at first, and, you know, it’s not even that he looked bad the moment he was bounced. It was just a lot less fun.

Specifically, the Cubs allowed five runs in the 4th inning – I say “Cubs” not “Mills” and I say “abandoned” not “The Cardinals scored – because it was a comedy of mistakes (three d ‘between them, including two by Javy Báez on consecutive balls) who did most of the damage. I think only one ball left the infield the whole set. Most of the time, Mills looked like a guy who should stay in the rotation for a while. It was the shit around him that caused the most discomfort.

Keegan Thompson allowed a few home runs in his two intermediate relief heats. Dillon Maples has been scoreless in his work inning, throwing strikes and getting four balls on the ground (albeit with spin rates below 300 (!) RPMs compared to the start of the season before his injury (and before). , you know, the other stuff)).

Offensively, it was a few wasted big end chances and a homerun from Patrick Wisdom. Wisdom and Rafael Ortega had good games overall, although Wisdom contributed to the high errors total.

Full score out of the box.


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