The Chicago Cubs' abysmal offense finally came to life in a series-opening rout of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Duplicating that outburst Wednesday night seems unlikely with the Brewers sending Zack Greinke to the Miller Park mound.
With a 10-0 victory Tuesday, Chicago (19-36) snapped an 11-game road losing streak, which matched the franchise record set in 1954. Alfonso Soriano hit a three-run home run, Jeff Baker added a two-run shot and Bryan LaHair hit a solo homer for the Cubs, who had totaled 14 runs in their previous nine road games.
The victory - just the fourth in 20 games overall for the Cubs - ended an 18-start winless stretch for Ryan Dempster.
"It feels nice because we're sitting here, we're on a huge road losing streak and everything," Dempster said. "It was nice to go out there and win a game like that, and see everybody, the guys played great on defense and hit the ball and they made all the plays and scored a bunch of runs."
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