The New York Mets' seven-game winning streak was cut short on Wednesday (30 April) when the Chicago Cubs beat them 7-4 at Chicago's Wringley field.
GV Cubs batsman Bill Matlack hits home run off pitch by Jon Matlack
GV Manny Trillo hits ball, two runners (George Mittawald and Rick Monday) reach home base (6 shots)
SV Ray Burris opens Cubs pitching, John Sterns hits home run
GV Jose Cardenal hits ball, two more runners reach home base (5 shots)
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Background: The New York Mets' seven-game winning streak was cut short on Wednesday (30 April) when the Chicago Cubs beat them 7-4 at Chicago's Wringley field.
The Cubs head the National Baseball League's eastern table with a .688 winning average. The Mets are in second place, two and a half games behind.
Pitching for the Cubs was Ray Burris who was newly named as a starting pitcher. His teammates gave him a comfortable five run edge in the first innings of Mets pitcher Jon Matlack who gave up two more runs before he was relieved in the fifth innings.