Windy City Bombers

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The Cubbies put on a sensational display of power Monday night, slamming six home runs to take Game 3, 8-6, and ultimately a 2-1 NLDS lead over the St. Louis Cardinals.

It was a windy night at Wrigley Field, and it looks to be the same for tonight’s Game 4. The forecast for the late afternoon contest calls for temperatures to be in the low 60s and winds at about 10 mph, blowing out toward right field.

Take a look at the Wrigley Field street cam and you can see how wind is moving the flags attached to the front of the ballpark.

So, with the wind blowing baseballs around again tonight, how many dingers can the Cubs hit in Game 4? Or, will it be the Cardinals’ turn to pepper the Wrigley Field seats?

Or both?

Both would be fun.


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