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Friday notes...

  • HAPP-ENINGS: Ian Happ, 24 games since August 13: .371/.404/.787 (33-for-89), seven doubles, 10 home runs, raised his season OPS from .599 to .730. In fact, he’s 5-for-12 with three home runs in three games so far this week. Keep that up and we’ll have another Cub winning NL Player of the Week.
  • THE NEW GUY: Codi Heuer, 17 appearances as a Cub since being acquired in the Craig Kimbrel trade: 0.90 ERA, 0.800 WHIP, only one HR allowed in 20 innings.
  • HOME RUN UPDATE: The Cubs have homered in 15 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NL. This streak is two games short of matching the franchise record, 17 straight games from August 19 - September 5, 1998.
  • STRIKEOUT UPDATE: The Cubs struck out eight times Wednesday, giving them 396 in 37 games since the selloff, an average of 10.7 per game. They have 1,390 for the season, most in MLB by 54 (the Marlins are second with 1,336). If they maintain the post-selloff average, they will break the franchise record (1,518, set in 2015) in the first game of the doubleheader September 24 vs. the Cardinals, and will break the MLB record (1,595, set by the 2019 Tigers) October 1 in St. Louis.

US Open  
Joe Salisbury  Rajeev Ram  Jamie Murray

NEW YORK — The Latest on the U.S. Open tennis tournament (all times local):

2:50 p.m.

Coco Gauff and Caty McNally advanced to their first Grand Slam women’s doubles title match when one of their U.S. Open semifinal opponents stopped playing and left the court in a wheelchair with a leg injury.

Luisa Stefani landed awkwardly near the net during a first-set tiebreaker, collapsed to the ground and was unable to continue. She and Gabriela Dabrowski were leading the tiebreaker 2-1 when the semifinal was halted.

Gauff called seeing what happened “heartbreaking” and said: “I don’t want to win a match like this. ... I just wish her the best.”

The American duo of Gauff and McNally will face Zhang Shuai of China and 2011 U.S. Open singles champion Sam Stosur of Australia in the doubles final.

Gauff is 17 and McNally is 19, adding to the teenage theme of the women’s tournament at Flushing Meadows.

Search Trends Search Trends Reviewed by Yogesh Choudhry on September 11, 2021 Rating: 5

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