Arrieta wins nineteenth straight choice as Cubs beat Giants 8-1
Arrieta wins nineteenth straight choice as Cubs beat Giants 8-1.
Jake Arrieta won his nineteenth straight choice and Kris Bryant gave the force as the Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 8-1 on Friday night
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jake Arrieta proceeded with his amazing pitching and Kris Bryant gave the force as the Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 8-1 on Friday night.
The Cubs won in Arrieta’s 22nd continuous begin doing a reversal to last season, with their expert going 19-0 over that extend. They won out and about for the 24th time in 29 amusements as they snapped San Francisco’s eight-diversion winning streak.
Offspring outfielder Jason Heyward left the amusement in the base of the principal inning in the wake of colliding with the divider on a jumping get.
Heyward is under assessment for a harm to his right middle stomach locale, the Cubs said.
Heyward pursued a shot over his head off the bat of Denard Span, burglarizing the Giants’ leadoff man of additional bases on the third pitch he saw from Arrieta (8-0).
Arrieta, who drives the majors with a 1.29 ERA, permitted four hits, struck out eight and strolled one in seven innings.
Bryant was 2 for 5 with four RBIs, including a three-run homer to left off Jake Peavy (1-5) that highlighted a five-run upheaval in the second inning.
After Bryant’s homer, Anthony Rizzo pursued Peavy with a solitary to right that snapped his dash of 13 back to back hitless at-bats.
Peavy permitted five runs, seven hits and two strolls after 1 2/3 innings. He tossed 55 pitches.
Ben Zobrist homered into McCovey Cove for his 6th homer, turning out to be only the 38th restricting player and the second Cub (Corey Patterson is the other) to reach San Francisco Bay’s waters with a “sprinkle hit.” Zobrist’s homer extended his hitting streak to seven diversions and his on-base streak in recreations in which he’s began to 26.
Offspring: OF Matt Szczur, on the DL with a strained right hamstring, started a recovery task on Thursday with Double-A Tennessee, running 1 for 2 with a walk, a run and a strikeout. Friday’s Smokies’ diversion was downpoured out. Szczur was qualified to fall off the DL on Wednesday.
Mammoths: RHP Sergio Romo, out since April 15 with a strained right hip flexor, tossed 24 contributes an expanded spring preparing amusement on Friday, supervisor Bruce Bochy said. Romo will begin a recovery task at Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday and is required to be enacted inside two weeks.
Offspring: LHP Jon Lester (4-2) has permitted one or less keeps running in six of eight begins. He took a no-hitter into the seventh inning his last time out against Pittsburgh (a 2-1 Pirates triumph in which he was labeled with the misfortune). Lester is 3-0 with a 1.11 ERA against the Giants.
Monsters: RHP Matt Cain (0-5) has a 1.80 ERA with 13 strikeouts and two strolls over his last two begins. In his past six begins he was 0-4 with a 7.84 ERA. Cain is 6-4 with a 3.84 ERA in 17 amusements against the Cubs.
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