Cubs-Brewers game in rain delay


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The rain came down in buckets on Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field as a rain delay started at the beginning of the sixth inning with the Brewers up 4-3 over the Cubs.

The game was called into a rain delay after a crazy play where Kyle Schwarber had two errors (catch error, throwing error) where the wind blew the ball from left field all the way to the infield dirt. Schwarber called off Javier Baez but was unable to make the play and then compounded the mistake by throwing an errant throw to second base. The game probably should have been called before they allowed Schwarber and the rest of the defense come up for the sixth inning for possible injury.

We will update you when we hear an announcement when the game will resume or if it will be called. Today was actually better weather than tomorrow's forecast in the Chicago area.


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