Willson Contreras had three hits and stole a base in his first game against younger brother William, helping the Chicago Cubs beat the Atlanta Braves 6-3 on Saturday. Chicago won a day after ending its 10-game losing streak and also stopping the Braves' 14-game winning string. The Contreras brothers both started at catcher, marking the first time they shared a field. They hugged before the 30-year-old Willson, a two-time All-Star, singled in the first inning. Contreras then stole second base against his brother, and scored on Jonathan Villar's two-run single. "That's 1-0," Willson Contreras said. "I didn't want to get beat by my younger brother. I'm pretty sure he was thinking the same thing. We're professionals. We love our teams," he said.
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