Chicago Cubs can’t seem to find the compass on the road to victory in Season 2021 of MLB since this Saturday, August 21 he lost again in the match against the Kansas City Royals. And if that was not enough, Cubs tied a negative record of all franchise history in the loss department.
Chicago Cubs got their twelfth consecutive loss at Wrigley Field this Saturday when they were defeated by the Kansas City Royals and with it tied the franchise record for the most losses in a row at home.
Kansas City took the final 4-run game to 2, showing power from the first inning, while the Cubs could only score a couple of lines on the scoreboard thanks to a two-run home run by Patrick Wisdom.
The Cubs have not won at Wrigley Field since July 26, the night Javy Báez became the hero of the game by hitting a walk-off hit off Amir Garrett of the Cincinnati Reds.
Chicago Cubs are second to last in the NL Central at this point in the 2021 MLB Season; This is because he has a 54-71 record in games won and lost.
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