Cubs 8, White Sox 3: Wind blowing out, but only in the bottom of every inning apparently

Travis Wood is having himself a fine season. - Brian Kersey

The Crosstown Cup goes north for the first time ever.

Travis Wood, the Cubs starting pitcher, hit a grand slam.

Dayan Viciedo turned a FO-7 into a triple with an impressive belly flop in the same inning.

Somehow the runner didn't score.

Alejandro De Aza went 2-for-3 with two walks, scoring and driving in a run.

Paul Konerko went 2-for-4, driving in two Sox runs.

The Crosstown Cup, introduced in 2010 for some reason, has been won by the White Sox every year since it's inception. Until now.

Whatever.

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