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Friday, March 29, 2019

Cubs Opening Day 2019:12-4 Opening Day victory

The youngster started his 2019 season with a 12-4 victory over the Rangers on Opening Day. John Lester played six solid innings with four hits and two runs to win the opening day appearance of his eighth career.

Zavi Badge kept a good time with two domestic runs a year ago, in which the innings of three runs in the fifth innings of 6 runs was included. Chris Bryant also hit his first home run of the season, and Anthony Rizzo performed on four of his five plates.

It was an exciting performance, which took the team to a good path this spring. How did this Globe go to Life Park here?

RLINGTON, Texas - Ah, Opening Day. Galloping hope Teeth grinding. Dizziness elation. The sudden loss of the pressure of the cabin, if there is no desire to live.

And this is just the first shift.

Whatever you are in the president's game, but whatever happens on the Opening Day, there is a long tradition of running it, "said Theo Epstein, the president of the cub.

On Thursday, when John Lester threw 22 pins in the first innings and in the third, the home run scored two runs for Elvirs Anders, then vowed to bring the word "Shabad" to "The Epic Queen". It seemed that the 'coca' season has gone into coma.

Final score: Cubs 12, Rangers 4
Cubs 12, Rangers 4: And the pitching change did not work. Nomar Mazara goes deep off Mike Montgomery for a two-run dinger.

Cubs 12, Rangers 2: Joe Maddon oddly decides to pull Strop after he records two outs, so somebody else will wrap up this one. Sure, why not.

Cubs 12, Rangers 2: Pedro Strop will try to wrap up the game in his first appearance of the season.

Cubs 12, Rangers 2: The Cubs threatened to further add to their total after a double by Kyle Schwarber, but Albert Almora Jr. struck out to end the threat.

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