ICYMI: Cubs do something they haven't done in over 100 years

ICYMI: Cubs do something they haven't done in over 100 years
July 30, 2014, 5:45 pm
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The Cubs did something they haven't done in over a century on Tuesday night. 

Catcher John Baker became the first Cubs position player to earn a win since Jock Menefee in 1902, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

Baker threw one-inning of scoreless baseball, and scored the game-winning run via a Starlin Castro sacrifice fly as the Cubs defeated the Colorado Rockies, 4-3, in a 16-inning game that latest 6 hours, 27 minutes.

[MORE: Breaking down Baker's performance and record game]

CSN's Tom Cooper takes a look at last night's marathon contest and much more.

Check it out in this hilarious video above with this week's version of In Case You Missed It from the AT&T U-verse Lounge.

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