CHICAGO (AP) — Kris Bryant singled sharply to left field with no outs in the seventh inning Saturday for the Chicago Cubs' first hit off the Seattle Mariners' Wade Miley.
Dexter Fowler walked leading off the inning, and Bryant singled on a 2-2 pitch.
After a sacrifice, Javier Baez's RBI groundout put the Cubs ahead 1-0.
Bryant had been Chicago's only baserunner before the seventh, reaching when third baseman Kyle Seager booted his one-out grounder in the fourth for an error. Bryant was picked off first.
A 29-year-old left-hander who is winless in his last six starts, Miley entered with a 5.23 ERA.
Chicago's Jake Arrieta didn't allow a hit until Leonys Martin singled leading off the fourth.
Our editors found this article on this site using Google and regenerated it for our readers.
WSOP Europe returns with $20M in guarantees,...
Mules shake nerves, roll to easy win
Barcia gets 1st career 450SX victory at Phoenix
WGC-Match Play: Where clichés come to life
Watch: Jusuf Nurkic says Trail Blazers will keep...
Jennings saves day for Smithson Valley
March Madness Picks Against The Spread 2017:...
Fabian Moreau suffers chest injury at UCLA pro...
Pro day results: North Carolina
England legends alarmed after Stokes windfall
QB Mitch Trubisky draws crowd at North Carolina...
Donald Trump cites report that NFL teams won't...
|Mysterious ‘Hairy Blob’ Creature Could Be Decomposed Whale, Washed Ashore In The Philippines [VIDEO]|
|What Does Mama June Look Like Now In 2017? ‘From Not To Hot’ Star Suffers Complication During Makeover Surgery|