Weis sings as Cubs lose 2nd straight at Wrigley

For the first time this season, the Cubs have lost consecutive games at Wrigley Field.

Jorge Cantu hit an RBI double in the 12th inning to lead the Marlins to a 3-2 win over the NL's top team on Saturday.

Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis sang "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" a day after his former wide receiver, Jeff Samardzija, made his major league debut.

Shark was shown turning his head while losing to his former coach 'sing' during the 7th inning stretch.

Rich Harden had another great performance but again walked away without a win. Harden gave up just one run in 5 innings, while striking out 10.

Aramis Ramirez gave the Cubs a 2-1 lead in the 3rd with a solo home run.

It lasted until the 8th when Jeremy Hermida tied the game with a home run of his own. It was his 2nd of the day. Hermida also homered in the 8th inning of Friday's game to put the Marlins up for good 3-2.

In the 9th, Mark DeRosa was thrown out sliding into first after a beautiful play by Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez.

1st base coach Matt Sinatro was ejected by umpire Rob Blake for arguing the call. Blake was the home plate umpire who ejected Lou Piniella against the White Sox last month.

Piniella then came out to argue and he was tossed by Blake for the 2nd time this season.


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