Scott Feldman's performance was worthy of a standing ovation Monday night. But when the right-hander came to the plate in the fifth inning of the Cubs' 9-2 victory over the Rangers, the roar from the Wrigley Field crowd was in response to the Bulls' upset win over the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA playoffs. "I thought I was getting a standing (ovation)," Feldman said with a laugh. "I came in the clubhouse and Otis (Hellmann, the clubhouse manager) had to burst my bubble. He said it was because the Bulls won. I thought it was because I was raking or something."
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