"To come out here and have early success right now, it's always a great feeling, especially since I have struggled through the Minors a little bit," said Ervin, who was a triple shy of the cycle on Thursday. "I came up here and I'm showing them I can play. It feels good. I'm taking it as it as and trying to have fun right now." Ervin was recalled on Monday from Triple-A Louisville and entered Wednesday's game in a double switch and played right field.
"No question about it, I did not look like a Major League pitcher today," Feldman said. "I've got to see how it goes the next few days. But I'm not really feeling too confident about it at the moment. It's one thing to try and go out there and compete and pitch through it. The way I felt today -- really, the last four games -- it hasn't really gotten any better. "I don't feel like I'm doing anybody any favors by going out there like that.
The Cubs tied a franchise record with four home runs in the fourth, including consecutive blasts by Alex Avila, Ian Happ and Javier Baez. Kyle Schwarber then joined in the home run derby with a leadoff shot in the fifth off Michael Lorenzen to pull within 9-7. Kris Bryant, who had opened the fourth with a home run, walked and scored on Anthony Rizzo's second double of the game, and one out later, Avila tied it at 9 with an RBI double.
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