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Cubs-Mets, Aug. 9, 1988 (7th inning: Cubs score 4)

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Cubs-Mets, Aug. 9, 1988 (7th inning: Cubs score 4)
The Mets were retired in order in their half, but the Cubs scored four runs, all with two outs. Jody Davis doubled home a run (Len Dykstra was doused with beer after failing to make the catch), and Ryne Sandberg, Mark Grace and Andre Dawson each singled in a run. Cubs 6, Mets 2.

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