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Puig not Strop’s friend, I wonder who was next to Davy Jones’ locker, and other bullets

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Gallows humor and keeping an even keel be damned — It’s just more fun to win. Jose Quintana turned in a vintage performance and Javier Baez mago’d a fastball oppo for a granny as the Cubs registered a shutout victory. Recently-recalled Dillon Maples made the victory stick. Jason Heyward continued his excellent play. Joey Votto’d.

John De Lancie as “Q”.

Al’s recap covers the details. Here we’ll cover the coverage, sifting through a cornucopia of available sources to find the very choicest nuggets of infotainment for you, dear reader. Please make yourself at home while we regale you with tales of the game just past and look into the possible future in today’s Cubs News and Notes. As always, * means autoplay on, or annoying ads, or both (directions to remove for Firefox and Chrome). {$} means paywall. {$] means limited views.

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