The Chicago Cubs tied the game in the eighth then Nate Schierholtz hit a walk-off single for a 2-1 win over the Mets Tuesday night. News leaked shortly after the game the Cubs will part ways with WGN Radio and have games on WBBM-AM next year.
Prior to the game, the Cubs put catcher Welington Castillo on the disabled list and called up Eli Whiteside from Iowa. They also designated former closer Jose Veras for assignment and activated Hector Rondon from paternity leave in a corresponding roster move.
Around the league: Brandon Workman was suspended in six games for intentionally hitting a Red Sox batter, Astros’ prospect Jon Singleton homered in his MLB debut and Angels’ Mike Trout exited the game with a back injury, a fan fell into the Brewers’ bullpen and was carried off on a stretcher.
Chicago Tribune: Cubs rally to tie in 8th, beat Mets 2-1 in 9th
Chicago Sun-Times: Jose Veras being cut is a sign of what the future holds
Daily Herald: Cubs GM talks about draft, Bryant
CSN Chicago: Cubs place Welington Castillo on disabled list
ESPN Chicago: Cubs bullpen becoming a strength
CBS Sports: Ongoing back problems force Angels’ Mike Trout from game
FOX Sports: Astros’ prospect Singleton homers in debut; Angels’ Trout exits early in loss
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Fan hurt from fall into Brewers’ bullpen
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Frustration mounts as Cards unravel
Cincinnati Enquirer: Reds streak hits four with win over Giants
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Pirates win third straight, 4-1 over Padres