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Javier Baez hit a three-run homer in the second inning, Anthony Rizzo hit a tiebreaking homer with two outs in the sixth and Kyle Schwarber launched another shot over the right field scoreboard in the seventh to power the Cubs to a 6-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday, sending them to the National League Championship Series for the first time since 2003.
The victory was the third straight for the Cubs after they lost the National League Division Series opener in St. Louis, and it set off a wild celebration scene on the field and in the stands as the Cubs clinched a postseason series on their home turf for the first time. Cubs closer Hector Rondon struck out Stephen Piscotty to end the game.
“It feels amazing right now. We play the game the right way, we hit the home runs and we played really good defense, ” Rondon said in an on-field interview with Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper.
The shot by Rizzo, his second in two games against lefty Kevin Siegrist, came after the Cardinals had rallied from a two-run deficit to tie the game with two runs in the top of the sixth inning. Javier Baez hit a three-run homer for the Cubs in the second inning, an opposite-field shot to right. Schwarber pulled his blast, also against Siegrist and his second in two nights, setting a rollicking crowd of 42, 411 into yet another frenzy.
The Cubs hit six homers in Game 3 the previous night and had 10 in the series. They fell behind quickly on Stephen Piscotty’s two-run homer in the first off Cubs starter Jason Hammel, who left after giving up two runs over three innings.
Fernando Rodney and Clayton Richard combined on a scoreless seventh inning, Pedro Strop pitched a perfect eighth and Rondon pitched the ninth. Rondon gave up a two-out single to Matt Carpenter, putting the tying run at the plate in Piscotty, who had homered three times in the series.
In the top of the sixth, Cubs right-hander Trevor Cahill was one strike away from getting out of a jam with two runners on but Tony Cruz doubled down the right-field line to score Jason Heyward and cut the Cubs lead to 4-3. Brandon Moss then singled to right, scoring Jhonny Peralta with the tying run but right fielder Jorge Soler threw out Cruz at home to keep the game tied at 4 going into the bottom of the sixth.
Puger or PU-GER is a card game that can be played by a maximum of four players. Standard games usually involve two players. It is also very similar to other Card games like "President (game)" or "Seven Card Draw poker".
It is believed that the actual game was developed in Sweden, in East Germany or in the Czech Republic. While Puger mainly is...
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