New ballpark, same result, and I like it. Dioner Navarro just had himself a career day as he launched three home runs, and drove in six to lead the Cubs past the White Sox 9-3. Apparently the best medicine for an anemic offense is a dose of White Sox pitching as the Cubs have pounded out twenty hits and scored sixteen runs over the last two games. Navarro’s offensive heroics were more than enough for Scott Feldman to earn his fifth win of the season. Feldman worked a solid six innings giving up two runs on six hits while striking out seven.
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