Offense never comes around as Chicago Dogs drop Game 2 of series vs. Kane County Cougars

A similar trend that’s been occurring all season is offensive struggles for the Chicago Dogs. Despite the team having a handful of players who have been hot at the plate, their hits haven’t been timely, limiting runs scored.

The Kane County Cougars won 4-2 Saturday night in Rosemont.

The Dogs got on the board early, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first inning off of Kane County Cougars starting pitcher Jack Fox.

Brantley Bell hit a one out triple to right field, then scored on a Narciso Crook single.

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