It was a cold, long afternoon at Wrigley Field today, but the faithful were rewarded for their patience (recap here). In the bottom of the 13th, Matt Szczur grounded to the second baseman, who flipped the ball to Philly shortstop Freddy Galvis. Galvis, well just watch yourself…it’s more fun that way.
Albert Almora Jr. after #Cubs notch 10th come-from-behind win this season: “We never quit. It’s on the World Series ring.”
— Patrick Mooney (@CSNMooney) May 5, 2017
Javy Baez was so excited about taking 3-of-4 from Philly that he busted out a Super Soaker to celebrate!
— Cubs Insider (@realcubsinsider) May 4, 2017
Miguel Montero, who tied the game with a homer in the 8th, spoke to the media after the game.