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There is no joy in Wrigleyville,
for mighty Jason Heyward, pinch hitting for Addison Russell, struck out.
You know who they missed in that moment? Tommy La Stella.
@ESPNChiCubs might as well grab a random fan out of the stands— Bears Cubs Bulls (@BFvsCOD1908) October 19, 2016
@ESPNChiCubs Guess they want a groundout from a different side.— Randy Campbell (@RC_in_Indy) October 19, 2016
@ESPNChiCubs .002 for a .001 avg.— [Níko] (@_Niko13) October 19, 2016
@ESPNChiCubs you know it's a rough day for the Cubs when that's a actual sentence.— Will (@WillRodgCHC) October 19, 2016
@ESPNChiCubs Russell could have done that instead of Heyward.— John Sommervold (@5Zips) October 19, 2016
FYI: Tuesday afternoon.
From @SlangsOnSports, about CHC: Since Sept. 20th, Rizzo hitting .203/.261/.297; Russell .075/169/.113, hard-hit rate 4%; before, it was 16%— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) October 18, 2016
Stella, stick your tongue out if you're being held against your will. https://t.co/6Z6ppt6kab— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) October 18, 2016
What a joke FS1. Interviewed members of the Dodgers 1988 World Series Champions team and NO ONE from the Cubs 1908 Championship team.— Joe Wagstaff (@Joe_Wagstaff) October 18, 2016
Hello darkness my old friend. #Cubs— Zak Foste (@ZakFoste) October 19, 2016
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