Willson Contreras continued his hot streak.
If you attended Tuesday’s 7-2 Cubs win over the White Sox, you certainly can say you got your entertainment dollar’s worth (as well as a Cubs win).
That one had just about everything: home runs, good Cubs pitching, bad Cubs pitching, warnings issued after five batters were hit by pitches, a couple of team records tied or nearly so, and in the end, the Cubs evened up their set with the South Siders.
Willson’s 16th homer of the year made it 3-0 Cubs; that was one of three hits he had on the afternoon, and he’s now second among all catchers in homers and RBI (56) behind Salvador Perez. That ball was crushed: