The Cubs' infield shifting with Anthony Rizzo and Ben Zobrist yields a pretty unique box score
Under Joe Maddon, the Cubs do a number of unique things on the diamond. Pitchers play the outfield, three catchers find a way to play at the same time, and so on. The club also uses infield shifting to its benefit whenever possible, with second baseman
It happened again throughout Wednesday night's 6-5 loss to the Marlins at Wrigley Field, particularly when Miami pitcher
This transpired again in the fourth when Urena came to the dish, eventually striking out against
Shhhh, don't ask questions. pic.twitter.com/BPdyp9EhId— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 8, 2017
For those fans scoring at home or at the ballpark, good luck.