Found March 03, 2013 on Cub Reporter:
Taylor Green singled, doubled, drove-in a run, and scored another, Carlos Gomez crushed a tape-measure home run, and Marco Estrada tossed four innings of one-hit shutout ball and combined with five relievers to throw a two-hitter, as the Milwaukee Brewers edged a Cubs split squad 4-3 in Cactus League action this afternoon at Dwight Patterson Field at HoHoKam Park in Mesa, AZ  Javier Baez drove-in all three Cubs runs with a two-run HR and a bases-loaded walk. Tags: Spring Training RecapEdwin JacksonJavier BaezRead more about Brewers Edge Cubs Split Squad in Mesa
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