The Chicago Cubs are finally back at Wrigley Field following a road excursion. This will be their very first game in Chicago since August 7th against the Earth’s. The road trip was down and up to the Cubs, but they ended on a high note having a blowout win at the Little League Classic from the Pirates. The Cubs ended the road trip with a record of 4-5.
In which they got trapped, including a bullpen collapse from the finished game their attempt was three matches in Philadelphia. The Cubs reacted against the Pirates with two of three wins. They’ve fought all year long thus a listing of 4-5 isn’t a real surprise for them.
They have been a team in Wrigleyville. Getting the very best record possible for homefield advantage in the postseason will be significant. First things first, however, that the Cubs should get to the postseason to begin with. If the postseason started today they’re on the bubble and would have to settle for a wildcard.
The NL Central is now up for grabs, with all the Cardinals, Cubs, and Brewers all included at the divisional race. The Cubs will be happy to be home today. They enter Tuesday night with a list of 41-19 at home. It’s night and day between their attempt on the street, in which the Cubs are an ugly 25-39. In the branch last night, the Cubs trail slightly Having a triumph by the Cardinals.
That’s a gap for the Cubs, making playing from the postseason important. Cole Hamels hopes to feel more comfortable at home tonight, with struggled recently on the street. The Giants, who remain in the race in the National League, will turn into Tyler Beede. They are 3.5 games back, having to leapfrog four groups as it stands today. Not simple but not impossible. Head under for our free Giants vs. Cubs pick.
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Cole Hamels hasn’t been in his best lately. He had a trip back home to Wrigley to get his confidence back. Hamels allowed 4 earned runs in Cincinnati and then fought in his next outing, as he had been labeled for 8 made runs contrary to the Phillies in Philadelphia.
In his most recent attempt in the home, Hamels was fantastic from the Brewers. Since the Cubs cruised to a 4-1 win he also blanked the Brewers in 5 innings of work. Leading up to all those spots on the street, Hamels was projecting with no runs allowed in six of seven outings.
The 4 runs he allowed from the Reds was the very game he gave up over 3 runs since May 27th from the Astros. Clearly, the street has given him issues in 2019. Hamels owns an ERA of 5.16 along with 1.59 WHIP on the road in 52.1 innings. Conversely, he’s felt at home in Wrigley Field, in which he’s submitted a 2.35 ERA and 1.08 WHIP in 57.1 innings.
Tyler Beede of the Giants is looking for a rebound back beginning as well. Beede has gotten rattled for a 9.95 ERA and 1.89 WHIP in his past three outings. He’s allowed 4 earned runs in five consecutive games. And just like Hamels, Beede has struggled to locate any control.
He goes to a hostile Wrigley Field with a 6.23 ERA and 1.72 WHIP in 47.2 innings. Expect the child. The Cubs return home. They seem to win with 2 or more runs in this place.

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