Cubs move into first place in NL Central


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Cubs move into first place in NL Central

The Chicago Cubs had an impressive 7-3 homestand at Wrigley Field and now have moved into first place in the National League Central division on Friday with an overall record of 25-21.

The Northsiders are 14-11 at home and 11-10 away from Wrigley Field. The Cubs are now traveling on the west coast and will play a three-game series against the Dodgers and then the Padres.


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