CHICAGO (CBS) – Tuesday night was a first for the Cubs, their staff and the team’s broadcast team.

After 6,000 games broadcast over a 34-year career, Cubs radio play-by-play man Pat Hughes broadcast his first World Series game ever.

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CBS 2’s Rob Johnson spoke with him in the broadcast booth.

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You can listen to Pat Hughes call the game Wednesday night with his broadcast partner, Ron Coomer on 670 The Score. First pitch is at 6:08 p.m. CT between the Cubs and Indians from Progressive Field.