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Nationals Stun, but Cubs Still Get the Respect

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Nationals Stun, but Cubs Still Get the Respect

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The Chicago Cubs were close to taking complete control of their National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals over the weekend, but the Nats had other ideas. Down 1-0 in the series and losing by a score of 3-1 in Game 2, star outfielder Bryce Harper smacked a two-run homer in the eighth inning to tie things up at 3-3. Later in that decisive inning, Washington got another home run from first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, and the team ran away with a 6-3, come-from-behind victory. Chicago is still in solid shape, as the next two matchups will be at Wrigley Field, where the team finished 48-33 during the regular season. But the Nationals have a superior pitching rotation and will send out Max Scherzer (16-6 with a 2.51 ERA this year) against the Cubs’ Jose Quintana (11-11, 4.15 ERA). This one has all the makings of a full five-game series, which would culminate this Thursday. If it gets to that point, Social will be rooting for the Cubs: Over the last seven days, the Cubs have a 60 percent positive score in 30dB’s ballpark, while the Nationals have 52 percent positives. --Alex Shultz 



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