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Cubs backup catch John Baker's performance picture perfect

Backup catcher John Baker couldn't resist taking a photograph of the Wrigley Field scoreboard Wednesday that still posted his jersey No. 12, indicating he was the last pitcher in the Cubs' 4-3 victory over the Rockies in 16 innings that took a franchise record 6 hours, 27 minutes to complete. "That's the second time I've taken a picture on a field," Baker said of the photo that commemorated his record-setting moment. The other was a family picture taken recently at Wrigley. Baker, 33, became the Cubs' first true position player to earn a victory since Fred Pfeffer in 1885, according to team historian Ed Hartig. Pfeffer played 109 games at second base that season and posted a 2-1 record...

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