Cubs hit back-to-back home runs in back-to-back days

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For the second consecutive game, the Cubs hit back-to-back home runs.

Cubs hit three home runs in four at-bats

On Thursday, it started with Dexter Fowler and Kyle Schwarber hitting back-to-back home runs in the 5th inning against the Milwaukee Brewers.

It was deja vu for the Cubs on Friday. In the top of the 5th inning, Chris Coghlan hit his second home run of the day off White Sox pitcher Jeff Samardzija.

Then, five pitches later, Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo hit a solo home run off Samardzija.

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The back-to-back home runs gave the Cubs a 6-5 lead over the White Sox.

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