Javier Baez struck out four times in his Wrigley Field debut as the Chicago Cubs lost 4-3 to the Tampa Bay Rays in 10 innings Friday.
Baez singled and scored in the first, but then struck out four consecutive times, including in the eighth inning with the tying run on second and none out, and again in the 10th with the Cubs trailing 4-3.
Around the league: Derek Jeter tied Honus Wagner on all-time hits list, Roberto Colon reached 200 wins, the Giants placed Brandon Belt on the disabled list again, the Orioles hit six home runs off the Cardinals, and the Upton brothers homered off Strasburg.
Chicago Tribune: Cubs miss on Cole Hammels but show a will to spend
Chicago Sun-Times: Javy Baez brings fans to Wrigley in debut loss
ESPN Chicago: Baez buzz is there, inside Wrigley and out
CSN Chicago: Why even Javier Baez’s strikeouts are must-see TV
NBC Sports MLB: Video: Derek Jeter ties Honus Wagner on all-time hits list
CBS Sports MLB: Colon becomes third Dominican-born pitcher to win 200 games
FOX Sports MLB: Orioles hit 6 HRs in 12-2 rout of Cards, move 17 games over .500
San Francisco Chronicle: Brandon Belt returns to DL
FOX Sports MLB: Upton brothers make history with home runs off Strasburg