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Hondo scored easily with the Mets in D.C., but the Angels wrecked what could have been a terrific Tuesday by blowing a lead against the Dodgers, resulting in a positive split that reduced the deficit to 1,365 vosbergs.
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We have two teams here tonight that are feeling very different about their current fortunes. The Cubs are fresh off a 6-5 extra innings win on Tuesday night, which featured the major league debut of highly-regarded prospect Jacier Baez. He did nothing to dispel that praise as he hit a home run to win the game for the Cubs. Chicago also has to feel good because they are sending Jake Arrieta (6-2, 2.11) to the mound tonight to be opposed by Colorado's Jordan Lyles (5-1, 3.52) Lyles is making his first start off the DL, which is a reason to play against the Rockies, as well as the fact they have lost five straight games. The Cubs are playing pretty good baseball and have won six of their last eight games. The Cubs are 5-1 in Arrieta's last six starts vs. teams with a losing record and 13-6 in his last 19 starts overall. The Rockies are experiencing a dismal year as evidenced by the fact that they are a dismal 14-40 in their last 54 games as an underdog. We will back the hot team with the hot pitcher here tonight and suggest you do the same! The Sharps say...