Cubs take advantage of Tatis Jr’s injury and beat Padres

Tatis Jr re-injured in San Diego loss.

Patrick Wisdom hit his third home run in two games, Willson Contreras He also hit a home run and the Chicago Cubs beat the San Diego Padres 4-3 on Tuesday, who lost in addition to his star Fernando Tatis Jr. for an injury.

The Dominican left due to a stiffness problem in the right oblique. He hit a fly ball to left field in the sixth inning and was replaced at shortstop by Ha Seong Kim in the bottom of the inning.

The puppies, leaders of the National League Central Division, won for the eighth time in nine games and continued to shine, after harvest a 19-8 leaf in May.

Wisdom, who hit two home runs in Monday’s win, this time he landed a two-run shot off Ryan Weathers. Before the same pitcher, the Venezuelan Contreras also hit a two-round home run.

Wisdom sent the ball into the left field stands in the second inning. Contreras gave Chicago back the lead 4-3 with a 445-foot club. across the middle field in the fifth inning, after Víctor Caratini and Tommy Pham had homered off Kyle Hendricks (6-4) in the top of the inning.

For the Padres, Manny Machado 4-2, TAtis Jr. 3-0, Jorge Mateo 1-0. The Venezuelan Tucupita Marcano 1-0. Puerto Rican Caratini 4-1 with a scored and a pushed.

For the Cubs, Venezuelan Contreras 4-2 with one run scored and two produced. Puerto Rican Javier Báez 3-0 with one scored. The Dominican Sandy Alcántara 3-2.

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