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With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, it looked like the Chicago Cubs were headed for extra innings with the Miami Marlins. Kris Bryant changed that.

Bryant was up with two men on, but was down in the count to Adam Conley. The Miami pitcher then left a 1-2 pitch over the zone. That mistake was all that Bryant needed to end the game with a walk-off home run.

The Chicago offense had struggled on Tuesday. Prior to Bryant’s homer, the only runs came courtesy of an Albert Almora Jr. homer (watch here).

But these two blasts were all that Chicago needed for a dramatic win.

Michael Dixon
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