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Cubs hosts Red Sox for four straight wins

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The Boston Red Sox will leave the star in June, but the Chicago Cubs have been playing pretty well lately.

The Cubs, who are trying to beat the Red Sox that they have visited in two consecutive contests, can also win four consecutive Saturday nights to play the best match of the season.

Boston played 20-6 in June and jumped to a 4-0 lead on Friday on their first trip to Wrigley Field since 2012. However, the Cubs, who have four rookies in the starting lineup, counterattacked. To win 6-5. One of those newcomers, Christopher Morel, hit a home run for three consecutive games with a man to emphasize Chicago's three-run, sixth-placed opening goal.

The Cubs won three straight games, six out of nine. They hit .349 with a total of 29 runs, 21 extra-base hits and three consecutive wins.

"Every little thing that works, every moment of learning, every moment of teaching. Outfielder Ian Happ told the Cubs official website.

Veteran Happ is in the past Morel was 8 to 14 with 3 home runs and 7 RBIs, compared to 6 to 10 in three games, while rookie P.J. Happins was 5 to 10 in the last three contests.

"It's about celebrating those little wins," Happ added. "Celebrate the people who come .... Individual performances."

Meanwhile, Boston gave up 20 in seven consecutive wins and then dropped three out of four to make 24 runs. I allowed it. And the pitching staff, who posted 3.02 ERA in June, allowed the season's best 10 walks in this series opener.

To get back on track, the Red Sox turn to rookie Josh Winkovsky (3-1, 3.60 ERA). He allowed 4 runs, 17 hits and 3 walks in 17 innings. Win 3 consecutive times. Following his May 28 major league debut, it brought four runs, six hits and three walks in three innings where a right-handed player lost to Baltimore 4-2.

He has never faced the Cubs.

At the age of 24 this week, Winkowski allowed the Red Sox official website with two runs and six hits in five of his one-third innings with a 4-2 win at Cleveland. Told to. weekend.

"Finally showed all the pitches and threw more cutters. I'm the guy who's going to roll a lot of balls — I was able to do that lately."

Chicago competes with Alec Mills (0-1, 9.87 ERA). Alec Mills hopes this start will be better than the first match in 2022 in St. Louis on Sunday. A right-handed player who missed the first two months of the season due to a hip problem allowed five runs and six hits (including three home runs) in just two of his two-thirds innings, but the Cubs rallyed. After that, he was rescued. 6-5, 10 innings win.

Mills played only once against the Red Sox, and when he pitched to Kansas City Royals in May 2016, he gave up one run in two-thirds of the game.

Boston's Alex Verdugo played a one-on-four match on Friday, which extended his consecutive hits to 11 RBIs, in the meantime hitting .395 with 10 RBIs. Teammate Jarren Duran, who hit a home run at the opening ceremony of the game on Friday, has 3 RBIs of 15-8 in the last three games.

– Field-level media