1 CUBS VS. REDS The Cubs and Reds play 19 games, spanning six series, this season following this threegame set in Cincinnati, the clubs meet for three games at Wrigley Field, May Chicago s 15 wins against the Reds last season are third-most in franchise history, surpassed only in 1945 (21 wins vs. Reds) and in 1914 (17) Chicago is 15-4 (.789) in Cincinnati since the start of the 2015 season Overall: At Wrigley Field: At Great American Ball Park: Overall: At Wrigley Field: At Great American Ball Park: All-Time Since 1890:... 1,142-1,122 At Wrigley Field: At G.A.B.P. (since 2003): CUBS ON DISABLED LIST (0) Player Date Date Games (Injury) On Elig. Missed Currently, no Cubs are on the D.L. UPCOMING MILESTONES Milestone:... Player (No. Needed) 100 Stolen Bases... Jason Heyward (2) 400 Games Pitched... Koji Uehara (5) 1,000 Games... Jason Heyward (8) MOST REGULAR SEASON WINS SINCE START OF Chicago Cubs St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers Texas Rangers Washington Nationals LOWEST OPPONENT BATTING AVG., Oakland Athletics Cincinnati Reds Kansas City Royals Minnesota Twins Chicago Cubs MOST RBI IN N.L. SINCE START OF 2015 SEASON 1. Nolan Arenado, COL Anthony Rizzo, CHI Paul Goldschmidt, ARI Matt Kemp, SD-ATL Kris Bryant, CHI MOST HOME RUNS IN N.L. SINCE Anthony Rizzo Giancarlo Stanton Nolan Arenado Paul Goldschmidt Jay Bruce MOST WINS SINCE START OF Jake Arrieta Max Scherzer David Price AWAY FROM 1,000 Cubs manager Joe Maddon owns a (.535) managerial record in his time guiding the Angels (twice in an interim role), Tampa Bay and the Cubs he aims to become the eighth active manager to reach the 1,000-win milestone, joining: Bruce Bochy, Dusty Baker, Mike Scioscia, Buck Showalter, Terry Francona, Clint Hurdle and Ned Yost. Chicago Cubs (9-7) vs. Cincinnati Reds (9-8) April 22, 2017 Great American Ball Park Game No. 17 Road Game No. 8 RHP Jake Arrieta (2-0, 2.89) vs. LHP Cody Reed (1-0, 0.00) YA LL COME BACK NOW : Down by three runs and staring at their final out, the Chicago Cubs last night rallied to tie the game thanks to Anthony Rizzo s two-out, three-run homer in the ninth inning and won, 6-5, thanks to Kris Bryant s sacrifice fly in the 11th inning the Cubs, who have moved into sole possession of first place in the N.L. Central for the first time this season, have now won three games in a row, erasing a three-run or greater deficit in each of those victories. Tuesday night, the Cubs erased an early 5-0 deficit to beat the Brewers, 9-7 Wednesday, Chicago entered the sixth down 4-1 only to win 7-4 last night, the Cubs were down 5-2 after the sixth inning before rallying to win in 11. According to Elias, the Cubs have won three straight games after trailing by three of more runs in each for the first time since July 24-26, 1929 against the New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies. Only 10 percent of the way into their schedule, the Cubs have already won three games when trailing after eight innings this year last year, the Cubs won a total of eight games when trailing after eight innings. Carl Edwards Jr. last night picked up his first big league win following a perfect 10th inning of relief. The Cubs are 3-0 this year in games they trailed by three runs or more entering the sixth inning according to ESPN Stats & Info, the Cubs were 3-11 in that situation in This three game series in Cincinnati (1-0) begins a 10-day, nine-game trip at the Reds, Pittsburgh (3 games, starting Monday) and Boston (3 games, beginning April 28). Additionally, last night s contest began a stretch in which the Cubs play games in 19 of 20 days through May 10 Chicago plays 15 of 22 contests on the road through May 14. THAT WAS A NO-NO: One year ago today, Jake Arrieta woke up in Cincinnati in possession of his second-career no-hitter, a 16-0 win here at Great American Ballpark on April 21 he also no-hit the Dodgers on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles more than a year later, Jake s effort in Cincinnati remains the most recent nohitter tossed in all of Major League Baseball... some additional memories from that Thursday evening: Jake became the third Cubs pitcher to throw multiple no-hitters, joining Larry Corcoran and Ken Holtzman, and the first Cubs pitcher to ever throw a no-hitter in consecutive seasons. Jake became only the fourth reigning Cy Young Award winner to throw a nohitter, joining elite company that includes Sandy Koufax (1964), Bob Gibson (1971) and Clayton Kershaw (2014). Jake became the eighth pitcher in major league history to throw a no-hitter in consecutive seasons, the first since Tim Lincecum in CUBS RECORD 2017 Overall: At Wrigley Field: On the Road: April: All-Time Since 1876:... 10,720-10,195 At Wrigley Field (since 1916):...4,222-3,715 Leading Entering 6th: Tied Entering 6th: Trailing Entering 6th: Leading Entering 7th: Tied Entering 7th: Trailing Entering 7th: Leading Entering 8th: Tied Entering 8th: Trailing Entering 8th: Leading Entering 9th: Tied Entering 9th: Trailing Entering 9th: Scoring First: One-Run Games: Two-Run Games: Extra-Inning Games: Scoring Four or More: Scoring Fewer Than Four: Out-Hitting Opponents: Hit Totals Equal: Out-Hit by Opponents: Hit at Least One HR: Hit Two or More HR: Playing Errorless Ball: Committing at Least One Error: The only more lopsided no-hitter in major league history took place more than 130 years ago when the Buffalo Bisons scored 18 runs in support of Pud Galvin s brilliance against the Detroit Wolverines on August 4, 1884 the Cubs became the first team in big league history to hit five home runs in support of a no-hitter. APRIL POWERS: Jake Arrieta has won his last nine decisions in April dating to April 20, 2015, combining to go 9-0 with a 1.73 ERA (13 ER/67.2 IP) in 10 starts in this span overall, Jake has 10 wins within the month of April since the start of the 2015 campaign, most in all of baseball (Johnny Cueto is second with nine). Overall, Arrieta has a 1.77 ERA in April since the start of the 2015 season, the lowest ERA by any pitcher in that span (minimum 10 starts) his.509 OPS against in this span is also lowest among all pitchers in April since ALL OUT EFFORT: The Cubs are the only team in baseball to record more than 24 outs/pitch more than eight innings in every one of their games this season in their seven road games, the Cubs have gone 5-2 with their two losses being in walk-off fashion. IN THE QUEEN CITY: Chicago has won 16 of its last 20 games at the Great American Ball Park dating to April 24, 2015, outscoring the Reds the Cubs have batted.269 (206-for-766) with 37 home runs and 6.8 runs per game while the pitchers have a 3.46 ERA (73 ER/190.0 IP) and a.228 average against (159-for-698) in this stretch. WALKS APLENTY: After failing to coax a free pass on Opening Night in St. Louis, Cubs hitters have now drawn three or more walks in 15-straight games, the team s longest stretch in a single season since doing so 17-straight games, August 10-29, LEADING THINGS OFF: Kyle Schwarber has reached base to lead off a game eight times in 15 plate appearances his.533 on-base percentage leading off the game is second in the majors among players with at least 10 such plate appearances. FEAST OR FAMINE: In Chicago s nine victories, the team is hitting.279 (90-for-323) with an.824 OPS while averaging 6.1 runs per game (55 runs total) the pitchers have posted a 3.13 ERA (25 ER/72.0 IP) in the team s wins. Chicago has hit.215 (51-for-237) with a.612 OPS in the team s losses, averaging 2.4 runs per game (17 runs total) the pitchers have a 4.08 ERA (29 ER/64.0 IP) in the Cubs losses. BULLPEN BITS: Wade Davis Tuesday night recorded his 50th career save and including last night, he has converted his first four save opportunities this season and his last 10 dating to September of last year with the Royals. Davis has not allowed a home run in his last 55.1 innings since September 24, 2015 that s the second-longest active streak in the majors, trailing only Baltimore s Zach Britton (70.0 IP) Davis current 15.1-inning scoreless streak is the fifth-longest active streak in the majors (Cleveland s Andrew Miller leads with 20.2 innings). Carl Edwards Jr. has held the opposition to a.053 average (1-for-19), the sixth-lowest opponent batting average among N.L. relievers teammate Hector Rondon s.077 average against (2-for-26) is eighth. The bullpen allowed just one run in 14.2 innings (0.61 ERA) in their last three games, all victories, after allowing 14 runs (12 earned) in 12.1 innings (8.76 ERA) in the team s previous four games, all setbacks. CLOSE CALLS ABOUND: 10 of the Cubs first 15 games this season have been decided by two runs or fewer, including six decided by a single run Chicago is 3-3 in one-run games and 2-2 in two-run contests. Chicago s 10 games decided by two or fewer runs are tied for second-most in the majors Colorado leads with 12 games decided by two or fewer runs last season, Chicago was (.529) in contests decided by two or fewer runs. HEY THERE!: Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward has hit safely in 13 of 15 games this season, and in each of his last eight starts he s batting.286 (16-for-56) with a homer and six RBI. UPCOMING SERIES INFORMATION Date Opp. Time (CT) TV Radio Probable Pitchers Sat., April 12:10 p.m. ABC7 670 The Score RHP Jake Arrieta (2-0, 2.89) vs. LHP Cody Reed (1-0, 0.00) Sun., April 12:10 p.m. CSN 670 The Score RHP John Lackey (1-2, 4.00) vs. RHP Bronson Arroyo (1-2, 8.40)
2 Today s Cubs Starter #49 Jake Arrieta (2-0, 2.89) APRIL 22, 2017 PAGE 2 W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB SO 2016 CUBS CUBS MAJOR LEAGUE TOTALS Last Time Out Jake took a no-decision in a 8-7 Cubs loss against the Pirates, April 15 went 5.2 innings and allowed three earned runs while fanning five batters left the game with a 6-3 lead before the bullpen surrendered five runs in the seventh inning. Date Opp. Dec. Result IP H R ER BB SO PC-S Left 4/15 PIT ND L, Season Jake today makes his fourth start of the 2017 season and third on the road is 2-0 with a 2.08 ERA (3 ER/13.0 IP) in his two road starts thus far has allowed five or fewer hits in all three starts. Righties are batting just.167 (7-for-42) off of Jake, but three of the seven hits have been homers. Leads the Cubs with 10.1 strikeouts per nine innings and a 0.91 WHIP. Made his season debut April 4 at the Cardinals, allowing zero earned runs in 6.0 innings in the Cubs 2-1 victory marks his eighth season, and fifth with the Cubs Season Jake went 18-8 with a 3.10 ERA (68 ER/197.1 IP), limiting opponents to an MLB-best.194 batting average went 11-3 on the road, the second-most road victories in the majors (Max Scherzer, 12-4). Ranked among N.L. leaders in wins (18, t-3rd), ERA (3.10, 10th), opponent s OBP (.277, 6th), slugging (.306, 1st) and OPS (.583, 2nd). Notched nine starts of at least 6.0-scoreless innings, tied for the most in the majors (also, Tanner Roark)... his 11 starts allowing three or fewer hits also tied for the major league lead (with Dan Straily and Tom Koehler). Posted a 2.62 ERA (29 ER/99.2 IP) in 16 home starts, compared to a 3.59 ERA (39 ER/97.2 IP) in 15 road starts. Allowed five or fewer hits in a career-best 12-straight starts, July 19-Sept. 23. Limited opponents to a.194 batting average (138-for-710), including identical.194 marks by righties (76-for-391) and lefties (62-for-319). Allowed a solo homer, August 12 vs. St. Louis, his first homer surrendered at Wrigley Field since July 25, 2015, snapping a streak of 15-straight home starts without allowing a dinger was the longest streak by a Cubs starter since Bill Lee went 17-straight home starts from Tossed his second career no-hitter, and the 15th in franchise history, April 21 at Cincinnati also went 2-for-4 at the plate with a walk and run scored. Struck out double-digit batters a team-leading four times: May 14 vs. Pittsburgh (11), June 5 vs. Arizona (12), June 17 vs. Pittsburgh (11) and September 23 vs. St. Louis (10) in the start against Arizona, he struck out 11 batters in the first 4.0 innings, becoming the first Cubs starter since at least 1974 to do so. Named an N.L. All-Star for the first time, Jake went 12-4 with a 2.68 ERA (34 ER/114.1 IP) in the season s first half. At the plate, he batted.262 (17-for-65) with two doubles, one triple, two homers and seven RBI... his 17 hits led all pitchers and were the most by a Cubs pitcher since Carlos Zambrano (28) in Went 2-1 with a 3.63 ERA (9 ER/22.1 IP) in four post-season starts won Game Six of the World Series, becoming the third Cubs pitcher to win multiple starts in a single Fall Classic, and the first since Lon Warneke in Career vs. Cincinnati Jake today takes the mound at Great American Ball Park almost exactly one year to the day of his no-hitter, April 21, 2016 makes his eighth-career start against the Reds in his last five games vs. Cincinnati, he is 4-1 with a 2.52 ERA (10 ER/35.2 IP) and has allowed just 16 hits... in his career, Jake is 5-2 with a 3.47 ERA (18 ER/46.2 IP). W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO Career vs. Reds Batters (AVG-AB-H-HR-RBI): Barnhart ( ) Hamilton ( ) Schebler ( ) Cozart ( ) Kivlehan ( ) Suarez ( ) Duvall ( ) Mesoraco ( ) Votto ( ) Gennett ( ) Peraza ( ) Career Notes Jake has gone with a 2015 Cy Young Award, six complete games, five shutouts, two no-hitters and a 3.57 ERA (401 ER/ IP) in 170 career games (164 starts) in eight big league seasons with Baltimore ( ) and the Cubs ( ). Jake has made 101 career starts for the Cubs since joining the Cubs in July of 2013, Jake has gone with six complete games, five shutouts, two no-hitters and a 2.53 ERA (184 ER/653.1 IP). Has fanned a Cubs franchise-record 53 batters in the postseason and is tied for the franchise lead with seven postseason starts... overall has gone 4-2 with a 3.64 ERA (17 ER/42.0 IP) in postseason play. Since the beginning of 2015, he has gone with a 2.41 ERA (119 ER/445.0 IP), a pair of no-hitters and a.189 opposing batting average his 42 wins and.189 opponent average are the best in the majors in that span. Was named the N.L. Pitcher of the Month in three-consecutive months beginning in August 2015 is the first N.L. pitcher to accomplish the feat and third major leaguer overall, joining Pedro Martinez (April-June, 1999) and Johan Santana (July- September, 2004). Since the beginning of the 2014 season, Jake ranks in the top two among all pitchers in hits per nine innings (6.19), batting average against (.193), ERA (2.44) and WHIP (0.97). Has a 2.24 ERA (81 ER/325.0 IP) in his career at Wrigley Field, the fifth-lowest ERA in Wrigley Field history his.178 opponents batting average at Wrigley Field is the best of any pitcher in the ballpark s history Game-by-Game Starts No. Date Opp. Result IP H R ER BB SO PC-S Left Notes 1. W, Only run allowed was unearned 2. W, th-career double-digit strikeout game 3. 4/15 PIT ND, 8-7 L Left in line for the win At the Plate AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS Career LAST HIT: St. Louis (single off Adam Wainwright) at-bats since then 7 HOME RUNS: 4 7/12/15 vs. Chicago (A.L.) solo homer off Jose Quintana; 9/27/15 vs. Pittsburgh solo homer off A.J. Burnett; Arizona two-run homer off Shelby Miller; Cincinnati solo homer off Michael Lorenzen MOST HITS: 2 (4x) last, Cincinnati MOST RBI: 2 (2x) last, Arizona Last Time and Career Highs and Lows Last Win: MIL, 7-4 (7.0,3,3,3,2,10) Last Loss: PIT, 8-4 (5.0,10,7,7,2,4) Last CG/SHO: CIN, 16-0 (9.0,0,0,0,4,6) No-Hitters: LAD, 2-0 (9.0,0,0,0,1,12) & CIN, 16-0 (9.0,0,0,0,4,6) Most Strikeouts: 13 9/16/14 vs. CIN also has two 12-K games, four 11-K games and six 10-K games (13 total double digit strikeout games) Most Hits Allowed: 13 COL Most Runs Allowed: 9 (2x) last, COL Longest Winning Streak: 20 games 8/4/15-5/25/16 Longest Losing Streak: 6 games 5/8-6/8/12 Sunday s Starter at Cincinnati RHP John Lackey (1-2, 4.00) John tomorrow makes his fourth start of the season against the Reds in his last start, April 17, he allowed four earned runs in 6.0 IP in a 6-3 Cubs setback vs. Milwaukee was his second-straight defeat has pitched 6.0 innings in each of his three starts this season. In his career, is 5-4 with a 3.56 ERA (32 ER/81.0 IP) in 13 starts vs. the Reds was 2-2 with a 5.33 ERA (15 ER/25.1 IP) in his four starts against the club last season lost his only start at Cincinnati last season. In 2016, he went 11-8 with a 3.35 ERA (70 ER/188.1 IP) in 29 starts in his first season with the Cubs... recorded 20 quality starts and logged a 1.06 WHIP, his lowest single-season mark in his career and sixth-lowest in the N.L.
3 #5 ALBERT ALMORA JR. OF (.333, 1 HR, 7 RBI) Road Trip:.000 (0-4), BB, R Current Streak: Hitless last game (0-4) Multi-Hit Games (1): 2-hit (0), 3-hit (1), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 0; GW RBI 0; 2-Out RBI 2 Last HR: 4/19/17 vs. MIL (Tommy Milone) Career Bests: H 3 (3x), last MIL; RBI 2 (6x), last 4/18/17 vs. MIL; R 2, PIT Albert, prior to last night, had an RBI in three-straight games for the first time in his career hit a solo homer Wednesday, his first of the season hit a two-rbi single Tuesday and a two-rbi double Monday is 9-for-27 to begin his season the Cubs are 4-2 when he starts in center field went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a walk April 8 in Milwaukee, matching his career bests in hits and RBI April 4 at St. Louis, he robbed Matt Adams of a homer in center to preserve a 2-1 lead in the seventh appeared in 47 games for the Cubs last season, batting.277 (31-for- 112) with nine doubles and three homers. Selected in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2012 Draft by the Cubs. #9 JAVIER BÁEZ INF (.233, 1 HR, 4 RBI) Road Trip:.500 (2-4), HR, 2B, RBI, R, BB Current Streak: One Game (2-4) Multi-Hit Games (2): 2-hit (2), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) Last HR: CIN (Tim Adleman) Career Bests: H 4 (2x), last 8/29/16 vs. PIT; RBI 6, PIT; R 3, CIN Javy went 2-for-4 with a double and solo homer last night, his first blast of the year has hit safely in six of his last seven games reached twice and scored a run April 13 made his first Opening Day 25-man roster after starting last season on the disabled list played for Team Puerto Rico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic during Spring Training, batting.345 (8-for-27) with a double and homer in seven games in Cactus League action, he batted.241 (7-for-29) with two doubles and runs scored. Named the NLCS co-mvp last season after batting.318 (7-for-22) with three runs, four doubles, five RBI and an.833 OPS in six games during the regular season, he batted.273 with a career-high 14 homers while adding 19 doubles and 59 RBI made at least 20 starts at second base, third base and shortstop. #17 KRIS BRYANT INF (.227, 2 HR, 10 RBI) Road Trip:.200 (1-5), RBI, SF Current Streak: 3 game (4-14) Multi-Hit Games (4): 2-hit (2), 3-hit (2), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 0; 2-Out RBI 1 Last HR: 4/15/17 vs. PIT (Tony Watson) Career Bests: H 5 (2x), last 8/18/16 vs. MIL; RBI 6 (3x), last CIN; R 4 (4x), last 8/18/16 vs. MIL Kris knocked in the game-winning run last night with a sac fly in the 11th inning scored two runs and hit a gametying ninth inning single Wednesday went 2-for-5 Tuesday hit his first two homers of the season April 15, including a two-run shot off the left field video board was his fourth-career homer off the video board was his eighth multi-homer game had consecutive three-hit games April 8-9 named the 2016 N.L. MVP, he hit 65 homers and 201 RBI in his first two major league seasons, both franchise-best marks is one of 15 players in major league history to win Rookie of the Year, MVP and a World Series last season, ranked among N.L. leaders in homers (3rd, 39), runs scored (1st, 121), RBI (6th, 102), OBP (9th,.385), slugging (4th,.554), OPS (4th,.939) and WAR (1st, 8.3) Batted.340 (18-for-53) with five doubles, four homers and 15 RBI in Cactus League play. #40 WILLSON CONTRERAS C (.234, 1 HR, 6 RBI) Road Trip:.000 (0-5) Current Streak: Hitless last game (0-5) Multi-Hit Games (2): 2-hit (2), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 0; GW RBI 0; 2-Out RBI 1 Last HR: STL (Seung-Hwan Oh) Career Bests: H 3, 7/7/16 vs. ATL; RBI 3 (3x), last STL; R 2 (2x), last 8/12/16 vs. STL Willson went 2-for-4 with a double and RBI Wednesday threw out three baserunners Sunday (two caught stealing, one pickoff) became the first Cubs catcher since Jody Davis May 14, 1986 to record a caught stealing and catcher pickoff in the same inning on his first Opening Day roster, Willson delivered a ninth inning, game tying three-run homer on Opening Night hit safely in his first seven games this season batted.282 (71-for-252) with 14 doubles, 12 homers, 35 RBI and 26 walks, while catching 12 runners stealing and recording four catcher pickoffs in his debut campaign last season. His 12 homers last year were the third-most by a Cubs rookie catcher in franchise history, trailing only Geovany Soto (23, 2008) and Randy Hundley (19, 1966). Is in his ninth season in the Cubs organization since signing as a non-drafted free agent in July, #22 JASON HEYWARD OF (.286, 1 HR, 6 RBI) Road Trip:.200 (1-5), HR, RBI, R Current Streak: One Game (1-5) Multi-Hit Games (3): 2-hit (3), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 1; 2-Out RBI 2 Last HR: CIN (Tim Adleman) Career Bests: H 5 (2x), last 7/18/15 vs. NYM; RBI 4 (6x), last PIT; R 4, CHI Jason hit his first homer of the season yesterday, a solo blast went 2-for-4 Tuesday hit safely in seven-straight games prior to going 0-for-1 on Wednesday also had a five-game hitting streak to begin the season went 2-for-5 with a triple and three RBI April 9 went 2-for-4 with a run scored April 5 in St. Louis last season won his thirdstraight Rawlings Gold Glove Award and his fourth overall led all N.L. outfielders with 18 defensive runs saved according to Fangraphs. Batted.304 (14-for-46) with five doubles and a homer in his final 14 games beginning September 14 has qualified for the postseason in five of his seven major league campaigns with the Braves ( ), Cardinals (2015) and Cubs (2016). #30 JON JAY OF (.364, 0 HR, 2 RBI) Road Trip: (1-1) Current Streak: One Game (1-1) Multi-Hit Games (1): 2-hit (1), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) Last HR: SF (Jeff Samardzija) Career Bests: H 5, 6/2/16 vs. SEA; RBI 4 (2x), last CHI; R 3 (10x), last 6/16/14 vs. NYM Jon is 3-for-5 as a pinch-hitter, including a single last night walked and scored a run Wednesday hit a game-tying triple and scored the winning run Tuesday notched a pinch-hit single and scored the game-winning run April 10 reached three times April 6, going 2-for-3 with a walk, run and RBI made his Cubs debut April 2 as a pinch-hitter (0-1) joined the Cubs following seven major league seasons with St. Louis ( ) and San Diego (2016) was the lone new position player on the Cubs Opening Day roster entering 2017, he owned a career.996 fielding percentage in center field, the highest mark for any active player (minimum 500 games) at the position. In 2016, he appeared in 90 games in his only season with the San Diego Padres as he missed time with a broken right forearm... still, hit.291 (101-for-347) with 26 doubles, two homers and 26 RBI. Batted.255 (13-for-51) with three doubles, one triple and one RBI in 20 Cactus League games. #47 MIGUEL MONTERO C (.350, 1 HR, 2 RBI) Road Trip: (1-1), R Current Streak: 4 games (7-9) Multi-Hit Games (2): 2-hit (1), 3-hit (1), 4-hit (0) Last HR: 4/8/17 vs. MIL (Jimmy Nelson) Career Bests: H 4 (3x), last LAD; RBI 6, COL; R 3 (8x), last 4/13/16 vs. CIN Miguel has seven hits in his last nine at-bats, including a pinch-hit single last night went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer and two runs Tuesday marked his first homer and RBI of the season went 2-for-3 with a run scored Monday, his first two hits of the season enters his third season with the Cubs has made five starts hit a goahead grand slam in game one of last season s NLCS vs. the Dodgers and added an RBI single in the 10th inning of World Series Game Seven hit.310 (18-for-58) with three doubles, three homers, 12 RBI and a.902 OPS in his final 22 contests last season starting August 20. His 105 home runs since the 2009 campaign are second-most for a left-handed hitting catcher entering 2017 (Brian McCann leads with 175). Batted.171 (7-for-41) with a double and three runs scored in Cactus League play. APRIL 22, 2017 PAGE 3 CUBS VS. REDS LHP CODY REED Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist CUBS AT GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Kyle Schwarber Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist CUBS WITH BASES LOADED, 2017 Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Kyle Schwarber Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist CUBS WITH BASES LOADED, CAREER Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Kyle Schwarber Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist CUBS PINCH-HITTING, 2017 Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Kyle Schwarber Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist CUBS PINCH-HITTING, CAREER Albert Almora Jr Javier Baez Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Jason Heyward Jon Jay Miguel Montero Anthony Rizzo Addison Russell Kyle Schwarber Matt Szczur Ben Zobrist
4 APRIL 22, 2017 PAGE 4 #44 ANTHONY RIZZO INF (.286, 2 HR, 6 RBI) Road Trip:.200 (1-5), HR,3 RBI, R, BB Current Streak: 10 games (14-38) Multi-Hit Games (5): 2-hit (5), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 2; 2-Out RBI 5 Last HR: CIN (Michael Lorenzen) Career Bests: H 4 (8x), last SD; RBI 6 (3x) last, ARI; R 4, 6/23/13 vs. HOU Anthony last night hit a three-run homer with two outs in the ninth to tie the game, 5-5 extended his hitting streak to 10 games, batting.368 (14-for-38) has reached base at least twice in 10-straight games, the second-longest streak of his career (11 games, May of 2015) went 2-for-4 with a homer and two RBI April 13 hit a walk-off RBI single April 10, his sixth-career walk-off RBI made his fifth-straight Opening Day start at first base for the Cubs, the first Cubs player with at least five-straight Opening Day starts at the position since Derrek Lee ( ) named to his third-straight N.L. All-Star team last season batted.261 (12-for-46) with three doubles, three homers and five RBI in Cactus League play. Is just the second left-handed hitter to record multiple 30-homer, 100-RBI seasons in franchise history, joining Billy Williams, who turned the trick three times (1965, 1970 & 1972). #27 ADDISON RUSSELL INF (.258, 2 HR, 12 RBI) Road Trip:.333 (1-3), 2 BB Current Streak: 2 Games (3-7) Multi-Hit Games (4): 2-hit (3), 3-hit (1), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 2; 2-Out RBI 3 Last HR: 4/19/17 vs. MIL (Neftali Feliz) Career Bests: H 3 (9x), last MIL; RBI 4 (2x), last 4/19/17 vs. MIL; R 3 (2x), last HOU Addison hit a three-run walk-off homer Wednesday, his second-career walk-off RBI and first walk-off homer tied a career-high with four RBI is tied or leads the team with nine runs, 29 total bases, five doubles and 12 RBI doubled, tripled and drove in three runs April 15 went 2-for-5 with a double, two runs and two RBI April 9 matched his career highs April 8 with three hits and two doubles earned N.L. All-Star honors in his second major league season in 2016, hitting 21 homers and driving in 95 runs at 22-years-old in 2016, he became the youngest player in franchise history elected to start the Mid-Summer Classic and second youngest All-Star overall has the most RBI in Cubs postseason history with 14 batted.281 (9-for-32) with a double, five homers and nine RBI in Cactus League play. Among Cubs players at the conclusion of their age-22 season (since 1900), he ranks second in career homers (34), fifth in RBI (149) and extra-base hits (92) and sixth in runs scored (127). #12 KYLE SCHWARBER C/OF (.246, 3 HR, 8 RBI) Road Trip:.400 (2-5), 2B, R Current Streak: One Game (2-5) Multi-Hit Games (3): 2-hit (3), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 1; 2-Out RBI 0 Last HR: 4/18/17 vs. MIL (Jimmy Nelson) Career Bests: H 4 (2x), last CIN; RBI 4 (2x), last 8/13/15 vs. MIL; R 3 (4x), last PHI -2 Kyle hit a two-run homer Tuesday, his first of the season at Wrigley Field leads the team with 11 walks this season has a.533 OBP leading off the game (8-of-15) drew a career-high three walks April 10 in his first regular season game at Wrigley Field since September 28, 2015 vs. the Royals scored twice and hit a solo homer April 9 hit a goahead and eventual game-winning three-run homer in the seventh inning April 6 in St. Louis was his first regular season homer since Went 2-for-3 with a double Opening Night, his first regular season action since April 7, 2016 at Arizona, when suffered torn ligaments (ACL and LCL) in his left knee along with a severely sprained left ankle in an outfield collision returned for the World Series, and went 7-for-17 (.412) with a double, two RBI and three walks. Batted.275 (14-for-51) with two triples, five homers and 14 RBI in 18 Cactus League games. #20 MATT SZCZUR OF (.125, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Road Trip:.000 (0-1) Current Streak: Hitless last game (0-1) Multi-Hit Games (0): 2-hit (0), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) Last HR: 8/12/16 vs. STL (Jerome Williams) Career Bests: H 3 (2x), last 8/12/16 vs. STL; RBI 4, 4/29/16 vs. ATL; R 4, 8/12/16 vs. STL Matt made his first start Wednesday, going 1-for-3 is on his third-straight Opening Day roster in his first full season in the majors last season, Matt batted.259 (48-for-185) with nine doubles, a triple, five homers and 24 RBI in 107 games he batted.277 (13-for-47) with a double, two triples, one homer and seven RBI in Cactus League play. Is in his eighth pro season after he was selected in the fifth round of the 2010 draft by the Cubs. #18 BEN ZOBRIST INF (.188, 2 HR, 5 RBI) Road Trip:.000 (0-0) Current Streak: Hitless last 2 games (0-6) Multi-Hit Games (1): 2-hit (1), 3-hit (0), 4-hit (0) GA RBI 2; GW RBI 0; 2-Out RBI 2 Last HR: MIL (Carlos Torres) Career Bests: H 5, 6/10/13 vs. BOS; RBI 8, MIN; R 4 (4x), last MIA Ben collected his first multi-hit game Monday night, going 2-for-4 with a RBI scored twice April 15 despite going hitless homered and walked twice April 9 has nine walks and a hit-by-pitch his solo homer April 9 accounted for the club s lone run named the 2016 World Series MVP, Ben went 10-for-28 (.357) with two doubles, a triple, two RBI and five runs scored in the Series... put the Cubs on top with an RBI double in the top of the 10th inning of the decisive Game Seven earned N.L. All-Star honors and batted.272 (142-for-523) with 31 doubles, three triples, 18 home runs, 76 RBI and 96 walks in his first season with the Cubs. Batted.182 (6-for-33) with two doubles, one homer and four RBI in 14 Cactus League games. CUBS HOME RUNS, 2017 Batter (Total)... Solo 2-Run 3-Run GS Albert Almora Jr. (1) Javier Baez (1) Kris Bryant (2) Willson Contreras (1) Jason Heyward (1) Jon Jay (0) Miguel Montero (1) Anthony Rizzo (2) Addison Russell (2) Kyle Schwarber (3) Matt Szczur (0) Ben Zobrist (2) CUBS MULTI-RBI GAMES, 2017 Batter... 2-RBI 3-RBI 4-RBI 5+-RBI Albert Almora Jr. (3) Javier Baez (1) Kris Bryant (2) Willson Contreras (2) Jason Heyward (1) Jon Jay (0) Miguel Montero (1) Anthony Rizzo (2) Addison Russell (4) Kyle Schwarber (2) Matt Szczur (0) Ben Zobrist (0) HOME RUNS IN Season... Solo 2-Run 3-Run GS Cubs (16) Opponents (20) CUBS HOME RUNS, LAST TIME IT HAPPENED Game Opening HR: Dexter Fowler, St. Louis (Jaime Garcia) Walk-Off HR: Addison Russell, 4/19/17 vs. Milwaukee (Neftali Feliz) Pinch-HR: Miguel Montero, Cincinnati (Raisel Iglesias) Pinch-Hit Grand Slam: David DeJesus, Milwaukee (Kameron Loe) Inside-The-Park HR: Anthony Rizzo, Cincinnati (Cody Reed) Three-Homer Game: Kris Bryant, Cincinnati Pitcher Hitting Homer: Jake Arrieta, Cincinnati (Michael Lorenzen) Homer in 1 st M.L. At-Bat: Willson Contreras, 6/19/16 vs. Pittsburgh (A.J. Schugel) Homer in 1 st Cubs At-Bat: Willson Contreras, 6/19/16 vs. Pittsburgh (A.J. Schugel) Switch-Hitter, HR Both Sides of Plate: Dioner Navarro, 5/29/13 vs. Chicago (A.L.) 2017 HOME RUN HIGHLIGHTS 2-Homer Games (1): Bryant, 4/15 vs. PIT 3-Homer Games (0): N/A Grand Slams (0): N/A 3-Consecutive Games with a Homer (0): N/A Pinch-Homers (0): N/A Back-to-Back Homers (0): N/A Back-to-Back-to-Back Homers (0): N/A Pitchers Hitting Homers (0): N/A Game-Opening Homers (0): N/A Walk-Off Homers (1): Russell, 4/19 vs. MIL CUBS LINEUP BREAKDOWNS 1 Schwarber 15 (8-7), Szczur 1 (1-0) 2 Bryant 16 (9-7) 3 Rizzo 16 (9-7) 4 Zobrist 12 (5-7), Russell 4 (4-0) 5 Russell 11 (4-7), Contreras 3 (3-0), Heyward 2 (2-0) 6 Heyward 10 (3-7), Contreras 3 (3-0), Almora Jr. 2 (2-0), Montero 1 (1-0) 7 Contreras 4 (0-4), Baez 5 (5-0), Montero 4 (2-2), Heyward 3 (2-1) 8 Arrieta 3 (2-1), Lester 3 (1-2), Lackey 3 (1-2), Anderson 2 (1-1), Hendricks 3 (2-1), Baez 2 (2-0) 9 Baez 5 (0-5), Almora 4 (3-1), Jay 5 (4-1), Lester 1 (1-0), Anderson 1 (1-0) C Contreras 11 (6-5), Montero 5 (3-2) 1B Rizzo 16 (9-7) 2B Baez 11 (6-5), Zobrist 5 (3-2) 3B Bryant 16 (9-7) SS Russell 15 (8-7), Baez 1 (1-0) LF Schwarber 15 (8-7), Jay 1 (1-0) CF Heyward 6 (1-5), Almora 6 (5-1), Jay 4 (3-1) RF Heyward 8 (6-2), Zobrist 7 (2-5), Szczur 1 (1-0) P Lester 4 (2-2), Arrieta 3 (2-1), Lackey 3 (1-2), Anderson 3 (2-1), Hendricks 3 (2-1) DH RUNS SCORED BY INNING INNING TOTAL CUBS OPP N/A OUTFIELD ASSISTS (0) CUBS CATCHING CORPS CS/ATT % PICKOFFS PB ERA Contreras 3/ % (37 ER/108.0 IP) Montero 0/4 0.0% (22 ER/39.0 IP) Schwarber 0/0 0.0% (0 ER/0.0 IP) Pitcher Pickoffs (1): Hendricks
5 Cubs Pitching APRIL 22, 2017 PAGE 5 TEAM PITCHING W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER HR BB SO Starting Pitchers Relievers SEASON TOTALS / CUBS BULLPEN LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST HOLD SV/OPP 1BF IR/IRS Wade Davis CIN-SV 1.0,0,0,0,0,2 4/19/17 vs. MIL CIN CLE 4/4 9/7 0/0 Brian Duensing CIN 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 TOR CWS 8/28/15 vs. HOU 0/0 4/2 0/0 Carl Edwards Jr. CIN-W 1.0,0,0,0,0,2 CIN CIN 4/18/17 vs. MIL 0/0 7/6 4/0 Justin Grimm CIN 0.1,0,0,0,2,0 4/18/17 vs. MIL 8/8/15 vs. SF 4/10/17 vs. LAD 0/1 8/4 9/3 Mike Montgomery 4/19 vs. MIL 1.2,2,0,0,2,3 8/11/16 vs. STL N/A PIT 0/0 6/3 0/0 Hector Rondon CIN 1.0,0,0,0,1,1 7/31/16 vs. SEA MIL 4/18/17 vs. MIL 0/0 8/7 3/2 Pedro Strop CIN 1.0,0,0,0,1,1 PIT 9/19/15 vs. STL 4/10/17 vs. LAD 0/1 9/6 2/2 Koji Uehara 4/19 vs. MIL 1.0,0,0,0,0,1 5/14/16 vs. HOU 9/18/16 vs. NYY STL 0/2 8/5 2/ TOTALS 4/8 (.500) 59/40 (.678) 20/7 (.350) #71 WADE DAVIS RHP (2-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 SV, 0 Holds) CAREER: 57-37, 51 SV MOST IP, 2017: 1.0, last CIN MOST IP, CAREER: 9.0 (3x) last, 9/9/11 vs. BOS LAST WIN: 4/19/17 vs. MIL (7-4) LAST SV: CIN (6-5) Wade has converted his first four save chances with Chicago has converted his last 10 since September of last year with Kansas City has not allowed a homer in his last 55.1 IP since Sept. of 2015 Tuesday, recorded his 50th career save in his first save chance since April 6 and on Wednesday picked up his second victory got the save last night. Struck out the side in April 15 s ninth inning has walked two and struck out nine this season has a 0.60 WHIP. Holds career ERA of 3.50 (305 ER/785.0 IP) in 343 major league appearances. #32 BRIAN DUENSING LHP (0-0, 8.31 ERA, 0 SV, 0 Holds) CAREER: 42-37, 2 SV MOST IP, 2017: 1.1, 4/18 vs. MIL MOST IP, CAREER: 9.0 (2x) last, 7/4/11 vs. TB LAST WIN: TOR (3-2) LAST SV: CWS (6-0) Brian was activated from the D.L. on April 14 and tossed a scoreless seventh inning in his Cubs debut started the season on the 10-day D.L. due to lower back tightness. Has struck out five batters in his last two outings, including a pair last night in a scoreless frame Tuesday, threw 1.1 innings in relief of Brett Anderson allowed Travis Shaw solo homer, walked none and struck out three. Saturday vs. Pittsburgh, allowed three runs on three hits, including a homer. Is with two saves, 45 holds and a 4.16 ERA (308 ER/666.0 IP) in 371 big league games (308 in relief) covering nine major league seasons with Minnesota ( ), Baltimore (2016) and the Cubs. #6 CARL EDWARDS JR. RHP (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 2 Holds) CAREER: 1-1, 2 SV MOST IP, 2017: 2.0 4/13 vs. LAD MOST IP, CAREER: 2.0 (3x) last, 4/13/17 vs. LAD LAST WIN: CIN (6-5) LAST SV: CIN (7-4) Carl picked up his first major league win last night, tossing a perfect 10th inning before Chicago took the lead in the 11th has stranded all four inherited runners thus far has allowed one hit in 6.2 IP has walked three and struck out six Tuesday night picked up a hold with a scoreless seventh inning. April 13, tied his career high with 2.0 scoreless IP vs. the Dodgers (1 H, 1 SO). April 10 vs. Dodgers, faced three batters with all three reaching safely (2 BB, 1 CI/E2). #52 JUSTIN GRIMM RHP (1-0, 7.71 ERA, 0 SV, 1 Hold) CAREER: 19-18, 3 SV MOST IP, 2017: 2.0, MIL MOST IP, CAREER: 7.2 6/14/13 vs.tor LAST WIN: 4/18/17 vs. MIL (9-7) LAST SV: 8/8/15 vs. SF (8-6) Justin has stranded six of nine runners he s inherited walked five and struck out eight in eight outings thus far picked up Tuesday s win with a scoreless sixth inning. Sunday, allowed a three-run homer to Adam Frazier in the ninth. Is with three saves, 40 holds and a 3.47 ERA (72 ER/187.0 IP) in 220 relief appearances with the Cubs. #38 MIKE MONTGOMERY LHP (0-2, 2.79 ERA, 0 SV, 0 Holds) CAREER: 8-13, 0 SV MOST IP, 2017: 2.1, MIL MOST IP, CAREER: 9.0 (2x) last, SD LAST WIN: 8/11/16 vs. STL (4-3, 11 inn.) LAST SV: N/A Mike has tossed 9.2 innings in six outings, walking seven, striking out 10 and holding opponents to a.270 average (10-for-37) Wednesday, tossed 1.2 innings of relief, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out three. Monday night vs. Milwaukee, tossed 2.0 innings to finish the game (2.0,3,2,1,0,1). April 14 vs. Pittsburgh, tossed a scoreless ninth inning (1 H, 1 SO) April 12, spun 2.0 scoreless frames vs. the Dodgers. Has gone 3-6 with a 2.19 ERA (18 ER/74.0 IP) in 48 appearances out of the bullpen, compared to 5-7 with a 4.23 ERA (59 ER/125.2 IP) in 23 career starts. #56 HECTOR RONDON RHP (0-0, 1.23 ERA, 0 SV, 2 Holds) CAREER: 14-12, 77 SV MOST IP, 2017: 1.0, last CIN MOST IP, CAREER: 2.0 (17x) last, 7/31/16 vs. SEA LAST WIN: 7/31/16 vs. SEA (7-6, 12 inn.) LAST SV: MIL (6-5) Hector has made eight appearances, allowing two hits in 26 at-bats (.077) while walking four and striking out 10 has recorded a 0.82 WHIP. Tuesday night, picked up his second hold of the season, tossing a scoreless 8th inning has now gone four-straight games without allowing an earned run (3.2 IP). Has 77 saves, 20 holds and a 2.92 ERA (80 ER/246.1 IP) in five seasons in the Cubs bullpen. #46 PEDRO STROP RHP (0-1, 5.68 ERA, 0 SV, 4 Holds) CAREER: 15-21, 9 SV MOST IP, 2017: 1.0, 5x last MOST IP, CAREER: 2.0 (9x) last, MIL LAST WIN: PIT (6-5) LAST SV: 9/19/15 vs. STL (5-4) Pedro has four holds, tied for sixth-most in the N.L. has held opponents to a.136 average (3-for-22) has walked six and struck out eight. Tuesday, stranded an inherited runner and retired to his lone batter faced to end the seventh inning. Monday night vs. Milwaukee, tossed a scoreless seventh, striking out two. His 88 holds are the most in Cubs franchise history, surpassing Carlos Marmol s 82 holds from #19 KOJI UEHARA RHP (0-1, 2.70 ERA, 0 SV, 1 Hold) CAREER: 19-23, 93 SV MOST IP, 2017: 1.0 IP, 6x last 4/19 vs. MIL MOST IP, CAREER: 7.0 BOS LAST WIN: 5/14/16 vs. HOU (6-5) LAST SV: 9/18/16 vs. NYY (5-4) Had a 20.0-inning scoreless streak snapped Sunday vs. Pittsburgh, allowing three runs (two earned) and four batters to reach (0.0 IP) the scoreless streak dated to July 9 of last year Tuesday, spun a scoreless eighth inning vs. the Brewers. Has walked three and struck out seven this season, holding opponents to a.200 batting average (5-for-25). Signed a one-year deal with the Cubs in December of 2016 following four seasons with the Boston Red Sox, including a World Series title in CUBS HIGHS AND LOWS CUBS OPPONENTS 5, MIL (11-6)... Largest Winning Margin... 5, 4/16 vs. PIT (6-1) 5, 4/18 vs. MIL (0-5, 9-7)... Largest Come Behind W... 4, 4/15 vs. PIT (0-4, 2-6, 8-7) 11, Most Runs... 8, 4/15 vs. PIT 4 (6x), last 4/19 vs. MIL (9th)... Most Runs, Inn.... 5, 4/15 vs. PIT (7th) 17, MIL... Most Hits... 11, STL 5 (2x), last 4/18 vs. MIL (6th)... Most Hits, Inn (4x), last 4/18 vs. MIL (1st) 5 (2x), last 4/12 vs. LAD... Fewest Hits... 4 (2x), last MIL 3, CIN... Most Home Runs... 4, 4/15 vs. PIT 1, last CIN (9th)... Most Home Runs, Inn.... 2, 4/15 vs. PIT (7th) 6, MIL... Most Doubles... 5, 4/18 vs. MIL 1 (3x), last 4/18 vs. MIL...Most Triples... 1, 4/16 vs. PIT 6 (3x), last 4/18 vs. MIL... Most Extra-Base Hits... 7, 4/18 vs. MIL 7, 4/10 vs. LAD... Most BBs By Batters... 8, STL 14, 4/12 vs. LAD... Most Ks By Pitchers (3x), last 4/19 vs. MIL 2 (3x), last 4/19 vs. MIL... Most Stolen Bases... 2 (4x), last 4/17 vs. MIL 2 (4x), last CIN... Most Double Plays Turned... 3 (2x), last 4/12 vs. LAD 3, 4/10 vs. LAD... Most Errors Committed... 2 (2x), last 4/10 vs. LAD 11 (2x), last 4/14 vs. PIT... Most Left On Base... 14, STL Longest Winning Streak: 3 games... 4/8-10 Longest Losing Streak: 4 games... 4/14-17 Most Runs, Both Clubs: 17 (Cubs 11, Brewers 6)... MIL Most Hits, Both Clubs: 24, 2x last (Cubs 14, Brewers 10)... 4/18 vs. MIL Most Home Runs, Both Clubs: 6 (Cubs 2, Pirates 4)... 4/15 vs. PIT Most Strikeouts By Pitchers, Both Clubs: 23 (Cubs 12, Reds 11)... last, CIN Most Left On Base, Both Clubs: 20 (Cubs 6, Cardinals 14)... STL Fewest Left On Base, Both Clubs: 10, 2x last (Cubs 7, Pirates 3)... 4/15 vs. PIT Consecutive Games With a Home Run: 3,... 4/18-current Consecutive Games Without a Home Run: 2 (2x)... 4/10-12 & 4/16-17 Consecutive Errorless Games: /7-9 Consecutive Games With An Error: 2 (3x)... 4/4-6, 4/10-12 & 4/16-17 Shortest Game, Time: 2:57... STL Longest Game, Time: 3:58... MIL (11 innings) Most Innings: MIL and CIN Largest Wrigley Field Crowd: 41,814; 4/15 vs. PIT Largest Road Crowd: 47,566; STL Series Sweeps: N/A BATTING HIGHLIGHTS Longest Hitting Streak: 10 games, Rizzo... 4/10-current Most Runs Scored: 2 (10x), last Bryant... 4/19 vs. MIL Most Hits: 3 (4x), last Montero... 4/18 vs. MIL Most Total Bases: 8, Bryant... 4/15 vs. PIT Most Extra-Base Hits: 2 (5x), last Baez... CIN Most Doubles: 2, Bryant & Russell... MIL Most Triples: 1 (3x), last Jay... 4/18 vs. MIL Most RBI: 4, Russell... 4/19 vs. MIL Most Stolen Bases: 1 (11x), last Rizzo & Russell... 4/19 vs. MIL Most Walks: 3, Schwarber... 4/10 vs. LAD Most Strikeouts: 3 (6x), last Baez... 4/19 vs. MIL 2-Hit Innings: N/A... N/A PITCHING HIGHLIGHTS Longest Winning Streak: 2, Arrieta & Davis... 4/4-current & 4/10-current Longest Losing Streak: 2, Montgomery & Lackey... 4/2-current & 4/12-current Complete Game Shutouts: N/A... N/A 9.0-Inning Complete Games: N/A... N/A Low-Hit Complete Game: N/A... N/A Longest Outing, Reliever: 2.1, Montgomery... MIL Most Strikeouts, Starter: 10, 2x Arrieta & Lackey... MIL & 4/12 vs. LAD Reliever: 4, Grimm... MIL Consecutive Strikeouts: 5, Arrieta... MIL Consecutive Scoreless Innings, Starter: 7.0 (2x), last Lester... 4/16 Reliever: 5.2, Uehara... 4/2-15 Consecutive Save Opportunities Converted: 4, Davis... 4/4-current Consecutive Batters Retired: 9, Arrieta... STL Most Runs Allowed: 6, Anderson... 4/18 vs. MIL Most Hits Allowed: 9, Lester... CIN Most Homers Allowed: 3, Lackey... 4/17 vs. MIL Most Walks Issued: 4 (2x), Anderson & Hendricks... 4/13 vs. LAD & 4/19 vs. MIL Longest No-Hit Stretch, Start of Game: 3.0 IP, Arrieta... STL MISCELLANEOUS INFO Come-From-Behind Wins: 5 High-Water Mark: 3 games (5-2, 6-3) Losses after Leading: 4 Low-Water Mark: 1 game (0-1, 6-7) Games Won in Last At-Bat: 3 No. of Times at.500 Mark: 4 (1-1, 2-2, 6-6, 7-7) Walkoff Wins: 2 (4/10 vs. LAD, 4/19 vs. MIL)
6 Cubs 2017 Day-By-Day Schedule/Results APRIL 22, 2017 PAGE 6 GM DATE OPP W/L SCORE WINNER-LOSER-SAVE RECORD STANDINGS ATT. 1 L 3-4 Oh-MONTGOMERY (0-1) 0-1 5th, ,566 4/3 OFF DAY 0-1 T-2nd, W 2-1 ARRIETA (1-0)-Wainwright-DAVIS (1) 1-1 T-1st, ,760 POSTPONED - RAIN (make-up date 4/6) 1-1 T-1st, W 6-4 LACKEY (1-0)-Cecil-DAVIS (2) 2-1 T-1st, ,039 4 L 1-2 (11) Hughes-MONTGOMERY (0-2) 2-2 2nd, ,728 5 W 11-6 HENDRICKS (1-0)-Marinez 3-2 T-1st, ,080 6 W 7-4 ARRIETA (2-0)-Davies 4-2 T-1st, , /10 LAD W 3-2 DAVIS (1-0)-Romo 5-2 T-1st, ,166 4/11 OFF DAY 5-2 2nd, /12 LAD L 0-2 McCarthy-LACKEY (1-1)-Jansen 5-3 2nd, , /13 LAD W 4-0 ANDERSON (1-0)-Ryu 6-3 2nd, , /14 PIT L 2-4 Cole-HENDRICKS (1-1)-Watson 6-4 2nd, , /15 PIT L 7-8 Williams-STROP (0-1)-Watson 6-5 2nd, , /16 PIT L 1-6 Taillon-UEHARA (0-1) 6-6 T-3rd, , /17 MIL L 3-6 Anderson-LACKEY (1-2)-Feliz 6-7 T-3rd, , /18 MIL W 9-7 GRIMM (1-0)-Hughes-DAVIS (3) 7-7 3rd, , /19 MIL W 7-4 DAVIS-Feliz 8-7 2nd, ,864 4/20 OFF DAY 8-7 T-2nd, W 6-5 (11) Edwards Jr (1-0)-Stephenson-Davis (4) 9-7 1st, , :10 PM ABC :10 PM CSN 19 6:05 PM WGN 20 6:05 PM WGN 21 6:05 PM CSN 4/27 OFF DAY 22 6:10 PM CSN 23 3:05 PM ABC7 24 7:05 PM ESPN 25 5/1 PHI 7:05 PM CSN+ 26 5/2 PHI 7:05 PM CSN 27 5/3 PHI 7:05 PM CSN 28 5/4 PHI 1:20 PM WGN 29 5/5 NYY 1:20 PM CSN 30 5/6 NYY 6:15 PM FOX 31 5/7 NYY 7:05 PM ESPN 32 7:40 PM CSN 33 7:40 PM WGN 34 2:10 PM CSN 5/11 OFF DAY 35 7:15 PM CSN 36 3:05 PM ABC7 37 1:15 PM WGN 5/15 OFF DAY 38 5/16 CIN 7:05 PM CSN 39 5/17 CIN 7:05 PM WGN 40 5/18 CIN 1:20 PM CSN 41 5/19 MIL 1:20 PM CSN 42 5/20 MIL 1:20 PM CSN 43 5/21 MIL 1:20 PM WGN 44 5/22 SF 7:05 PM WGN 45 5/23 SF 6:05 PM CSN 46 5/24 SF 7:05 PM CSN 47 5/25 SF 1:20 PM ABC7 48 9:10 PM ABC7 49 6:15 PM FOX 50 3:10 PM CSN 51 3:40 PM ABC7 52 9:10 PM CSN+ 53 2:40 PM WGN 6/1 OFF DAY 54 6/2 STL 1:20 PM CSN 55 6/3 STL 1:20 PM WGN 56 6/4 STL 6:35 PM ESPN 57 6/5 MIA 7:05 PM CSN 58 6/6 MIA 7:05 PM CSN 59 6/7 MIA 7:05 PM WGN 60 6/8 COL 7:05 PM CSN+ 61 6/9 COL 1:20 PM CSN 62 6/10 COL 1:20 PM ABC7 63 6/11 COL 1:20 PM WGN 64 6:10 PM CSN 65 6:10 PM ABC7 66 6:10 PM CSN 6/15 OFF DAY 67 6:05 PM WGN 68 7:15 PM FOX 69 12:35 PM CSN 70 6/19 SD 7:05 PM CSN 71 6/20 SD 7:05 PM CSN 72 6/21 SD 1:20 PM WGN 73 6:10 PM CSN 74 6:10 PM WGN 75 3:10 PM ABC :10 PM CSN 77 6:05 PM CSN 78 6:05 PM ABC7 79 6:05 PM CSN 80 3:05 PM CSN 81 6:10 PM WGN 82 3:10 PM CSN 83 12:10 PM WGN GM DATE OPP W/L SCORE WINNER-LOSER-SAVE RECORD STANDINGS ATT. 7/3 OFF DAY 84 7/4 TB 1:20 PM WGN 85 7/5 TB 1:20 PM CSN 7/6 OFF DAY 86 7/7 PIT 1:20 PM CSN 87 7/8 PIT 6:15 PM FOX 88 7/9 PIT 12:10 PM WGN 7/10-13 ALL-STAR BREAK (Miami) 89 6:05 PM CSN 90 6:05 PM ABC :35 PM ABC7 92 6:35 PM WGN 93 6:35 PM CSN 94 11:10 AM CSN 7/20 OFF DAY 95 7/21 STL 1:20 PM ABC7 96 7/22 STL 3:05 PM CSN 97 7/23 STL 7:05 PM ESPN 98 7/24 CWS 1:20 PM ABC7 99 7/25 CWS 1:20 PM CSN 100 7:10 PM ABC :10 PM CSN 102 7:10 PM CSN :10 PM WGN 104 1:10 PM CSN 7/31 OFF DAY 105 8/1 ARI 7:05 PM CSN 106 8/2 ARI 7:05 PM WGN 107 8/3 ARI 1:20 PM CSN 108 8/4 WSH 1:20 PM WGN 109 8/5 WSH 1:20 PM ABC /6 WSH TBD CSN or ESPN 111 9:15 PM WGN 112 9:15 PM CSN 113 2:45 PM CSN 8/10 OFF DAY 114 8:40 PM CSN 115 7:10 PM WGN 116 3:10 PM ABC /14 CIN 7:05 PM WGN 118 8/15 CIN 7:05 PM CSN 119 8/16 CIN 7:05 PM WGN 120 8/17 CIN 1:20 PM CSN 121 8/18 TOR 1:20 PM CSN 122 8/19 TOR 1:20 PM ABC /20 TOR 1:20 PM WGN 8/21 OFF DAY 124 6:10 PM WGN 125 6:10 PM CSN 126 6:10 PM CSN 127 6:05 PM WGN 128 6:05 PM ABC :35 PM CSN 130 8/28 PIT 7:05 PM WGN 131 8/29 PIT 7:05 PM CSN /30 PIT 7:05 PM CSN 133 8/31 ATL 7:05 PM CSN 134 9/1 ATL 1:20 PM WGN 135 9/2 ATL 1:20 PM CSN 136 9/3 ATL TBD CSN or ESPN 137 3:05 PM ABC :05 PM CSN 139 6:05 PM WGN 140 6:05 PM CSN 141 9/8 MIL 1:20 PM WGN 142 9/9 MIL 3:05 PM CSN 143 9/10 MIL 1:20 PM ABC7 9/11 OFF DAY 144 9/12 NYM 7:05 PM CSN 145 9/13 NYM 7:05 PM WGN 146 9/14 NYM 7:05 PM ABC /15 STL 1:20 PM ABC /16 STL 12:05 PM FOX 149 9/17 STL TBD CSN or ESPN 9/18 OFF DAY 150 6:10 PM CSN 151 6:10 PM WGN 152 7:10 PM CSN :10 PM WGN 154 6:10 PM CSN 155 1:10 PM ABC :15 PM CSN 157 7:15 PM CSN :15 PM CSN 159 6:15 PM WGN 160 9/29 CIN 1:20 PM CSN 161 9/30 CIN 3:05 PM CSN /1 CIN 2:20 PM WGN Video Board Home Runs The following is a breakdown of home runs that have hit the left field and right field video boards in 2017 full list entering 2017 is available on page 381 of the Cubs Media Guide. Team Left Field Board Right Field Board Total Opponent Cubs Most Recent Cubs HR to hit LF Board: Kris Bryant, 4/15/17 vs. PIT (Tyler Glasnow) Most Recent Cubs HR to hit RF Board: Anthony Rizzo, 8/14/16 vs. STL (Kevin Siegrist) Sheffield and Waveland Home Runs The following is a breakdown of home runs hit at Wrigley Field that have landed on Sheffield Ave. (right field) and Waveland Ave. (left field) on the fly in Team Sheffield HR s Waveland HR s Total Opponent Cubs Most Recent HR to reach Sheffield: Anthony Rizzo, 8/19/14 vs. SF (Ryan Vogelsong) Most Recent HR to reach Waveland: Kris Bryant, 8/9/16 vs. LAA (Jered Weaver) Wrigley Field Game Time Wind Trends In (N, E, NE) Out (S, W, SW) Crosswind (SE, NW) Overall No. Games Cubs Record Cubs Runs Opp. Runs Total Runs Scored Avg./Game Cubs Homers Opp. Homers MLB Instant Replay Challenges Team Challenges Won Lost CUBS Opponents None 2017 Cubs Ejections