Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Bad stuff is moving in overhead in Chicago, so the Cubs have already announced that tonight's game against the Dodgers will not start on time. However, they added that every effort will be made to play tonight, so we may be in for a late night.

Cardinals shut out Cubs to avoid sweep (1:21)
Baez fine but 'sore' after getting hit in elbow (1:30)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez discuss getting hit by a pitch on the left elbow Sunday night. He thinks he'll be ok.

Baez exits game after taking pitch off his elbow (0:42)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber continues to impress with his arm in the outfield. He threw out his 7th runner this season, tied for most in the NL, when Harrison Bader tried to stretch a single into a double in the seventh inning on Sunday. Teams continue to try and run on him and he's come up big with his arm more often than not.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs infielder Javy Baez left Sunday's game after getting hit on or near his left elbow by a pitch from Jack Flaherty in the third inning. Baez was down on the ground being attended to by the Cubs training staff before leaving. Addison Russell entered the game in his place.

Heyward makes nice sliding grab (0:24)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Heyward, on hitting a 99 mph Jordan Hicks fastball for a home run, in the Cubs 6-3 win over the Cards: "My hands have to be free. Have to be able to use my hands. Can't try to hit that with my body. You try and do too much then you're not going to be able to make some good contact there and backspin the baseball."

Heyward's 2-run dinger pads Cubs' lead (0:31)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Heyward went deep on a 99.1 mph fastball from Jordan Hicks, making it the hardest pitch he's hit a home run off of in his career. This coming not long after hitting a walk off grand slam at Wrigley Field off lefty Adam Morgan. Heyward has four home runs on the season but has been on a slugging tear of late.

Happ lines go-ahead RBI single (0:20)
Russell's solo shot brings Cubs even (0:22)