Cubs take advantage of Sox miscues
CHICAGO – The Cubs, National League cellar dwellers, welcomed the chance to break up a disappointing season full of losses and miscues by thwarting the White Sox’s bid for a division title.
Facing one of baseball’s best pitchers in Jake Peavy, the Cubs capitalized on their reeling rival’s mistakes in Tuesday’s 2-1 win before a crowd of 30,282 at U.S. Cellular Field. The Cubs claimed their first series win against the Sox since 2008 and their first at U.S. Cellular since 2007.
“You’re always wanting to win every single game,” Cubs manager Dale Sveum said. “Tomorrow’s another day and you go out, you do your best to sweep the series. You’re not satisfied with two out of three.”
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