A swinging success

Cubs offense gets it right in the Crosstown opener, while Sox's woes continue

Updated: May 28, 2013, 4:40 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- With the joyful third period of the Chicago Blackhawks game blaring above him, Chicago Cubs hitting coach James Rowson walked out of the visiting clubhouse a happy man.

It wasn't because of an impending Game 7 in Chicago.

No, the Cubs practiced what he's been preaching. Finally.

"No doubt about it," Rowson said with a wide smile. "It's nice to see it come together on a night like this. That's exactly what we're trying to get at."

In their 7-0 victory over ...

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