Cubs and Rockies combine for 10 runs in eighth

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL | on Mon, Mar 20, 7:15 PM

• Hendricks eyes first 200-innings campaign[1] Rockies starter Tyler Anderson[2] was solid, throwing five innings and keeping the World Series champs to three runs (two earned) on six hits while striking out four and walking none. "In terms of executing, it was probably better than the line, but there were a couple hitters there where it got away for a little bit, "Anderson said. "In the real season you don't have the luxury of doing that. You have to lock in for the entire time. It's a good ...

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