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Cubs 7, Pirates 1: How they scored

| Sunday, July 8, 2007

Cubs first (John Van Benschoten pitching) With none out, Alfonso Soriano singled to short. Soriano stole second. Ryan Theriot singled to right, Soriano to third. Derrek Lee singled to left, Soriano scored, Theriot moved to second. With one out, Daryle Ward singled to center, Theriot scored. Cubs 2, Pirates 0 .

Cubs third (Van Benschoten pitching) With none out, Lee walked. With one out, Ward walked, Lee to second. Mark DeRosa singled to center, Lee scored, Ward to second. Jacque Jones walked, DeRosa to second, Ward to third. Koyle Hill hit a sacrifice fly to right, Ward scored, DeRosa to third. Ted Lilly singled to left, DeRosa scored. Cubs 5, Pirates 0 .
Cubs fifth (John Wasdin pitching) With none out, Jones doubled to left. With two out, Soriano singled to right, Jones scored, Soriano to second on throw home. Theriot singled to left, Soriano scored. Cubs 7, Pirates 0 .
Pirates seventh (Ted Lilly pitching) With one out, Ryan Doumit singled to center. Ronny Paulino singled to center, Doumit to second. Jack Wilson doubled to left, Doumit scorred, Paulino to third. Cubs 7, Pirates 1 .

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