Cubs Lose Home Opener 7-4

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The Cubs rallied in the 9th inning but came up short in the Wrigley Opener 7-4.

Edwin Jackson gave up five runs in the first two innings, including four in the first.

The Cubs headed into the 9th innning trailing 7-2 but got four straight hits to cut the lead to 7-4, but they left the bases loaded, Starlin Castro flied to the warning track in RF to end the game.

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  • Steve Horvath

    The Cubs lose again! So what else is new? We are used to hearing this too too many times already.
    Also, I don't think that spending millions of Dollars to renovate Wrigley Field is going to do anything to improve this losing Team's performance either! How about hiring players who can win games? These players have nothing else to do all year around since they are paid millions for playing several games now and then, but after those games they don't do a damn thing but breed and eat!