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Anthony Rizzo was 1-for-4 with two RBI on Sunday against the Brewers.

Anthony Rizzo had a hit and drove in two runs to eclipse 100 RBI for the first time in his career. Rizzo finished the year with 94 runs, 31 home runs, 101 RBI and 17 stolen bases with a .278/.387/.512 slash line for the Cubs. Although Rizzo is only 26, this season established a new career high in each of the four counting categories. He is a top five first baseman for fantasy next year.

NL Central Standings

1 St. Louis Cardinals 100 62
2 Pittsburgh Pirates 98 64
3 Chicago Cubs 97 65
4 Milwaukee Brewers 68 94
5 Cincinnati Reds 64 98

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Team Matchup Result
Cubs 3 at Brewers 1 W

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