Published: Wed, October 03, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Colorado Rockies to meet Chicago Cubs in NL Wild Card Game

Colorado Rockies to meet Chicago Cubs in NL Wild Card Game

No moment will feel bigger than the 2016 World Series for those players who experienced that epic Game 7 in Cleveland.

Wolters, a reserve catcher who entered as part of a double switch in the bottom of the 12th, came up with runners at the corners and drove in Trevor Story with a liner back up the middle off Kyle Hendricks, quieting the Wrigley Field crowd of 40,151 on a crisp fall night.

Baez continued: "That's why they run their mouths a lot because they know we're the best and even though we're struggling, we're like [ahead] of everybody".

Chicago will trot out its veteran southpaw to start as Jon Lester will toe the rubber on Tuesday night.

The Chicago Cubs are ready to take on The Milwaukee Brewers today for an afternoon tiebreaker game that will determine the victor of the National Central Division. The Rockies were in this very same game last season and lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 11-8. And the Cubs were playing at home, where a packed house was on hand to try to help them get over the hump.

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"We've got to stop worrying about other teams", he said. Though he hasn't faced opposing hitters in a few weeks, the right-hander has a 1.96 career postseason ERA in 21 appearances and should provide Joe Maddon some stability in the later innings. Going with matchups, he inserted the slumping

The Cubs caught a break in the sixth after Ian Happ walked leading off and Kris Bryant lofted a fly to right that David Dahl watched fall in for a single, putting two on with one out.

This game becomes an instant October classic.

You knew they would.

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