Cubs World Series Game 7 Spray Chart
Dexter Fowler led off the game with a home run for Chicago, becoming the first player ever to hit a lead-off home run in a World Series Game 7. The Cubs scored two runs in the fourth inning with a sacrifice fly by Russell and a double by Willson Contreras. To start the fifth inning, Báez hit a home run on the first pitch he saw to center. David Ross, in his final game, hit another home run at the top of the sixth.
With the game tied 6–6 after nine innings, heavy rain rapidly approached the area and the game went into a 17-minute rain delay. Going into extra innings, the Cubs scored two runs in the top of the tenth inning on a double by Zobrist and a single by Miguel Montero. Mike Montgomery finished the game for Chicago, ending the series. Zobrist won the World Series MVP award.
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