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    “We can't control those things,” manager David Ross said. “I would say, come to the field and enjoy an amazing atmosphere, guys that have done a lot of winning around here."

    “... As fast as it went south, it can turn around," Bryant said. "It’s insane. You have to forget things, good or bad. We have another game in 12 hours.”


    The Cubs stranded two runners each in the fourth and sixth against Reid-Foley and Aaron Loup before collecting two hits, including Rafael Ortega’s two-run homer, off Drew Smith in the ninth.

    Cubs star Kris Bryant was hit by a pitch in the first inning and left in the middle of the second with what the team said was a bruised right hand.

    David Peterson pitched one-hit ball over six innings for his first win in two months, and the Mets beat the Cubs at home for the first time in four years.

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