4/14/16: The Cubs score eight runs to complete sweep

4/14/16: The Cubs score eight runs to complete sweep
Daily Recap: The Cubs win to complete a series sweep of the Reds, scoring eight runs and getting six shutout innings from Jason Hammel

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