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Cub Tracks’ Morel victory

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The big question of the day was 15 or 11? Which streak continues? Keegan Thompson and Charlie Morton started out trading zeroes. And, amazingly, it stayed that way through 7⅓ innings and additional pitchers until Jonathan Villar scored on a sac fly by Christopher Morel. David Robertson made max effort for the save but save the game he did, and the Cubs’ losing streak was history.

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