In the latest effort to get production out of the right field position, the Cubs are going back to Jason Heyward for Game 4 of the World Series.

Heyward is batting only 2-for-31 in the postseason, but that merely fits in with the rest of the right field candidates such as Jorge Soler (2-for-13), Chris Coghlan (0-for-6) and Albert Almora (0-for-9).

Heyward entered Friday night's game in the seventh inning as a pinch-runner and hit a hard grounder that Indians first baseman Mike Napoli botched for an error that kept the Cubs' ill-fated rally alive in the ninth inning.