On Saturday, the Chicago Cubs picked up another home victory as they edged the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3. The latest game at Wrigley Field saw Ian Happ hit a home run, while pitcher Carlos Quintana had an impressive outing on the mound. Here's a look at how the Chicago Cubs got the latest victory along with top performers, game stats, a standings update and what's next for each of these teams.

MLB game recap

In today's victory by the Chicago Cubs, pitcher Jose Quintana spent six innings on the mound. He ended up with eight strikeouts, giving up four hits and two runs.

Ian Happ was today's game hero for Chicago, as he went 2-for-3 at his at-bats. He gave the home team a 1-0 lead in the first after his single scored Jon Jay. Happ would also hit a fourth inning home run to help tie the game 2-2. In the sixth, Happ scored on a Javier Baez single, while Anthony Rizzo's single in the seventh scored Albert Alomora Jr. to make it a 4-2 game. Toronto only managed to score once more, and the Cubs' pitching staff held off any rally attempts. Wade Davis picked up his 26th save of the season for the Cubs.

In the losing effort, the Toronto Blue Jays received two hits each from Steve Pearce and Kevin Pillar. However, it was catcher Raffy Lopez with the biggest performance, getting two RBIs in the game.

Pillar also had a two-out RBI for his team, while Pearce and shortstop Darwin Barney each had doubles. Coming up with the loss today was pitcher Danny Barnes. Starter Nick Tepesch lasted for 3.2 innings, giving up five hits and two runs including a home run.

For the game, Chicago managed to get eight hits but also had two errors.

The Blue Jays finished their latest game with six hits and an error. The Cubs will get to go for the series sweep on Sunday afternoon.

Standings & what's next

The Chicago Cubs boost their record to 65-57 overall and 33-28 at home with today's win. The Cubs lead the NL Central division by two games over the St. Louis Cardinals and 2.5 games over the Milwaukee Brewers.

They'll host the Blue Jays for the final game of the two teams' series in Chicago on Sunday afternoon.

Due to today's defeat, the Toronto Blue Jays fall to 59-64 overall with a 25-35 record on the road. As of this report, Toronto is still trying for a Wild Card spot in the American League. The team is currently three games back of the New York Yankees for one of the two available spots. New York and Minnesota currently hold the two spots with the Los Angeles Angels right near them.

Toronto's next game will be tomorrow against the Cubs in Chicago beginning at 2:20 p.m. Eastern Time to wrap-up the three-game series.