Cubs vs Tigers Highlights | 8/24/20

Cubs win their second game in a row, pouncing the tigers 9-3! Alec Mills bounces back from his tough loss to the Cards, and earned a W with 3ER. Javy Baez breaks out of his slump, going 3 for 5, with 2 HRs. David Bote and Nico Hoerner also had great games, both punching in runs. The Cubs look to make their win streak 3 in a row tomorrow @6:10 PM CT and 4:10 PM PT.

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