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MLB: Chicago Cubs at Detroit Tigers Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

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Arrieta started and looked good (would have been great if not for those damn gophers), Hoerner started and barreled balls, barely missed a sweet bunt. KB’s wrist seemed okay as he launched a two-run oppo bomb. There was some additional offense generated, and lots of warning-track fly balls as the Cubs prevailed, with help from Andrew Chafin and Craig Kimbrel.

It’s 420 feet to straight center field in Detroit. Just sayin’. Weed will be in the concession stands before too long. You know it will.

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“I really didn’t know anything about it, I didn’t have any interest in it,” Sandberg said. “Now it’s every day sometimes, as I’m looking for something to take the edge off.”

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