The Cubs trailed the Cincinnati Reds for past 11 innings dating back to the sixth inning of Monday’s game until Kyle Schwarber changed that in the seventh inning on Tuesday night.
With two outs and down by one in the bottom of the seventh inning, Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber hit a two-run bomb into the center-field bleachers off Reds reliever Burke Badenhop.
The Cubs rookie knew it was gone right away. He even flipped the bat.
This was Schwarber’s 13th home run of the season, and it was the game-winning run as the Cubs won 5-4.
Cubs even series with 5-4 win on Schwarber's seventh-inning HR— Gordon Wittenmyer (@GDubCub) September 2, 2015
Schwarber finished the game 2-3 with two RBI and three runs-scored.
The normalcy of both camps is allowing baseball fans to return to a familiar routine.
Some workers are seeking to join Council 31 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which has signed up members at other cultural institutions in Chicago.
Lane closures on the Kennedy are expected to extend from the junction with the Edens Expressway south to Fullerton by Wednesday morning.
The Better Government Association and the League of Women Voters say the newly elected City Council, which should be seated in a couple of months, should take on the task.
After exiting Monday’s game with cramping in calf, Jimenez returned to the field Tuesday morning.