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CHC@STL Gm2: Cubs score five runs in the 2nd inning

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CHC@STL Gm2: Cubs score five runs in the 2nd inning
10/10/15: Cubs use small ball and a home run to push across five runs against the Cardinals in the 2nd inning

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