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Pirates 7, Cubs 6: How they scored

The Tribune-Review
| Wednesday, August 30, 2006 12:00 a.m

Cubs second (Paul Maholm pitching)

Matt Murton walked with no outs. Angel Pagan walked; Murton advanced to second. Ryan Theriot walked; Murton advanced to third, Pagan to second. Maholm threw a wild pitch to Carlos Zambrano; Murton scored, Pagan advanced to third, Theriot to second. Juan Pierre grounded out; Pagan scored.

Cubs 2, Pirates 0

Cubs third (Maholm pitching)

Aramis Ramirez singled to left with no outs. Michael Barrett grounded out; Ramirez advanced to second. Murton singled to left; Ramirez scored.

Cubs 3, Pirates 0

Cubs fifth (Maholm pitching)

Ramirez singled to left with one out. Barrett singled with two outs; Ramirez advanced to second. Murton reached on an infield single. Ramirez scored on an error by Ryan Doumit at first base; Barrett advanced to third, Murton to second.

Cubs 4, Pirates 0

Pirates fifth (Carlos Zambrano pitching)

Xavier Nady doubled to right with no outs. Doumit singled to right with one out; Nady advanced to third. Jose Castillo reached on a throwing error by Zambrano; Nady scored, Doumit advanced to third. Jeromy Burnitz singled to right; Doumit scored, Castillo advanced to third. Chris Duffy singled to left; Castillo scored.

Cubs 4, Pirates 3

Pirates sixth (Zambrano pitching)

Nady singled to center with one out. Ronny Paulino walked; Nady advanced to second. Doumit grounded into a fielder’s choice; Nady advanced to third, Paulino was out at second. Nady scored on an error by Zambrano.

Cubs 4, Pirates 4

Cubs seventh (Marty McLeary pitching)

Ramirez walked with one out. Ramirez advanced to second on a wild pitch to Derek Lee. Murton doubled to left with two outs; Ramirez scored.

Cubs 5, Pirates 4

Pirates seventh (Zambrano pitching)

Rajai Davis doubled to center with no outs. Chris Duffy sacrifice bunted; Davis advanced to third. Freddy Sanchez singled to left with two outs; Davis scored.

Cubs 5, Pirates 5

Cubs 11th (Damaso Marte pitching)

Freddie Bynum reached on a fielder’s choice for the first out.

(Matt Capps pitching)

Ramirez walked with one out; Bynum advanced to second. Lee singled to left; Bynum scored.

Cubs 6, Pirates 5

Pirates 11th (Ryan Dempster pitching)

Humberto Cota reached on an infield single with one out. Ian Snell was inserted as a pinch-runner. Castillo singled to center; Snell advanced to third. Joe Randa reached on a fielder’s choice; Snell scored. Castillo advanced to third on an error by Bynum at second. Duffy was intentionally walked; Randa advanced to second. Jose Bautista walked; Castillo scored.

Pirates 7, Cubs 6

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