Cubs' Russell brings Cardinals fan fresh nachos after spilling into stands

Cubs' Russell brings Cardinals fan fresh nachos after spilling into stands

Cubs' Russell brings Cardinals fan fresh nachos after spilling into stands

Chasing a foul pop fly in the second inning at Busch Stadium on Monday, Cubs infielder Addison Russell crashed into a crowd of fans on the third-base side, spilling nacho cheese and chips out of one supporter's hands.

Andrew Gudermuth, the 21-year-old St. Louis Cardinals fan who was dubbed Nacho Man after Russell accidentally knocked his snack to the ground, was quick to embrace his viral fame.

Russell returned to the field with a plate of fresh nachos and hand-delivered them to the fan in the stands with a huge grin on his face.

Jon Lester (12-8) pitched six innings, allowing five hits and a run for the Cubs.

The Chicago Cubs look for another victory after winning 10 of their last 12 games. The Brewers were idle Monday, and Miami played at Colorado. Kris Bryant drilled a solo homer in the second, and Javier Baez cracked a three-run shot to left-center an inning later that essentially ended the game's competitive phase.

Weaver gave up eight runs over three innings.

Take for example Cubs shortstop Addison Russell.

You have to give Lester credit: He hits it right on the nose here.

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And two of those things are baseball and nachos. That lead became 4-0 after Russell was doubled home by Jason Heyward. All of the Cubs runs were scored with two outs.

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Baez hit his first homer since September 13 with two outs, driving in Zobrist and Heyward in the third, giving Chicago an 8-1 advantage.

"He got into some tough counts and had to hit more of the plate", St. Louis manager Mike Matheny said of Weaver.

The Cubs added two runs in the eighth to complete the scoring.

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Cardinals: RHP Carlos Martinez (12-11, 3.63) is 1-1 in four starts this season against the Cubs with a 4.26 ERA. Jake Arrieta takes the mound for Chicago. He is 8-3 with a 2.03 ERA in 16 career starts against the Cardinals. St. Louis announced Molina is in concussion protocol.

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