The only regret the Cubs expressed after completing their 97-victory season with an eight-game winning streak was not being able to play Wednesday night's National League wild-card game at Wrigley Field.
"How could you possibly be disappointed with anything the players have done?" manager Joe Maddon said Sunday before learning that the Cubs would travel to Pittsburgh for the wild-card game following their 3-1 victory against the Brewers.
The Cubs (97-65) fell one game short of catching the Pirates (98-64) for home-field advantage in Wednesday night's win-or-go-home showdown.
Aside from rookie Kris Bryant falling short of 100 RBIs, the final eight games...