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Title: Cubs 4, White Sox 4: Beware the ties of March, Part 2
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I was as surprised as most of the rest of you when I discovered the White Sox were doing a video webcast of today game, with Chuck Garfien and Rich King. Those are familiar Chicago voices, and even though they were doing a White Sox-centric broadcast, it was good to see the Cubs and White Sox Monday afternoon as they played to a 4-4 tie.The Sox took a 2-0 lead off Alec Mills in the first inning. After a one-out single, Mills walked the bases loaded and former Cubs prospect Eloy Jimenez singled in a pair of runs Brailyn Marquez Face Mask. Mills wound up throwing three innings, allowing six hits and three runs. It wasn the best we seen from Millsy, who also issued three walks.The Cubs broke through on the board in the fourth. Joc Pederson walked and Cameron Maybin singled with one out, and Jake Marisnick singled Pederson in .Your browser does not support HTML5 video.After that run, there was a weird play  that the umpires called incorrectly. Maybin had held at second on Marisnick hit. While David Bote was batting Maybin took off for third. The Sox caught Maybin between second and third, and Maybin headed back to second base. But while this was going on, Marisnick took off for second Austin Romine Pillow Cover. The Sox fielders correctly tagged both runners and the umpires signaled out/safe... but then Maybin took off for third.The base belonged to Maybin. Marisnick should have been the player out, and then when Maybin took off and was tagged out, he was also out. The Sox announcers correctly said it should have been a double play.That would have ended the inning. Instead, Marisnick was on second base and David Bote doubled him in .Your browser does not support HTML5 video.That made it 3-2. The Cubs tied the game in the seventh. Bote led off with a double and one out later, Alfonso Rivas singled him in .Your browser does not support HTML5 video.Unfortunately, as you can see, Rivas did something to his right hamstring taking second on the throw in. He had to leave the game. It doesn look too serious and I hope it doesn set him back too much. He valuable depth at Iowa this year.That run was off Garrett Crochet, the Sox No. 1 pick last year.The Sox took a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the seventh off Ryan Tepera https://www.baseballstoreonline.com/Gray_Fenter-313, who was making his first appearance of the spring. Brad Wieck had previously also made his spring debut Monday afternoon, throwing a scoreless sixth with one strikeout, and another spring debut was made by lefthander Justin Steele, who threw a scoreless eighth.

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