MESA, Ariz. (CBS) — It was a historic day Saturday on the Cubs’ television broadcast for their Cactus League game.

Veteran announcer Beth Mowins became the first woman ever to do play-by-play for a Cubs game.

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Mowins first called an NFL game in 2017 – and has been the longtime voice of the College Softball World Series.

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She is scheduled to call a few regular-season games this season filling-in for Jon Sciambi.

The Cubs took on the Colorado Rockies on Saturday. Jake Marisinick added a home run.

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The Cubs won 4-2.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff