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Anthony Rizzo hits a grand slam off the Padres' Eric Lauer in the Cubs' 6-5 victory

CHICAGO - Joe Maddon has been looking for more offense against left-handers, dropping Anthony Rizzo's name among several of his hitters, and Rizzo didn't take long to accommodate him.

On a sweltering Friday afternoon, the Cubs first baseman hit his fourth career grand slam with a 366-foot, third-inning

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