If you missed last night’s game you can read all about it here. Bottom line is that it was extremely exciting and exhilarating to watch. There was the undeniable awesomeness of Aroldis Chapman’s debut, throwing 13 pitches at or above 100 MPH; that’s remarkable. And then there were three game-changing home runs that helped put things away for the Cubs as they beat their crosstown rivals, the Chicago White Sox.
First up, here’s Kris Bryant’s no-hit ending blast from the bottom of the sixth inning.
Kris Bryant ties up the game. pic.twitter.com/ABlNQsNagX
— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) July 28, 2016
Next, Javier Baez delivered a two-run blow in the bottom of the seventh inning.
That moment you know it’s gone.https://t.co/vGFGaPabbm
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) July 28, 2016
And finally the creme de la creme, Addison Russell’s incredible grand slam.