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Cubs walk off in 10 (1:07)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs OF Albert Almora Jr react to his walk off hit in the Cubs 2-1, 10th inning win over the Dodgers on Tuesday night.

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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts liked what he saw from Rich Hill on Tuesday.

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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Rich Hill enjoyed his best outing of the 2018 season on the day he was activated from the disabled list. He says that perhaps it was a good thing that he had some time off because he made some key adjustments.

Cubs walk off in 10th on Almora's single (0:37)
Schwarber sends HR out to right (0:25)
Rizzo turns unassisted double play (0:20)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Schwarber tied the game with his 3rd career HR (1st this season) against a pitch on the upper and inner third of the plate (up and in). He is a career .222 hitter vs up-and-in pitches, with a .389 slugging percentage. He's hitting .211 this season on those pitches.

Bryant double gives Cubs the lead (0:31)
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Rain, power outage postpone Dodgers-Cubs

Monday's series opener between the Cubs and Dodgers was postponed because of rain systems moving through the Chicago area and a partial power outage at Wrigley Field. The game will be made up on Tuesday as part of a doubleheader.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

They have postponed the Dodgers-Cubs game after a delay of two hours, 53 minutes because of additional bad weather expected to move in as well as the on-going power outages at Wrigley Field. The clubs will play a split doubleheader on Tuesday, with the first game starting at 1:05 p.m. EST, and the second game starting at the previously scheduled 8:05 p.m. EST.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The next round of rain hasn't hit but the lights have gone out again at Wrigley Field. It's been a topsy-turvy sea of emotions at the ballpark tonight, almost on par with last year's NLCS.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

And the lights are back on at Wrigley Field, but the tarp is still down. More rain is expected to hit the ballpark soon.