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At least the Cubs were able to make the Giants play 11 innings. It’s the small victories these days, you know?

As for the main storyline: yes, Carlos went five innings (throwing 95 pitches), and yes he gave up just two runs. Those are the good things. But the start wasn’t as good as it appeared.

  • Dingo

    Your formula is incorrect sir. It doesn’t equal bad. It equals ‘totally and utterly dogshit’.

    He is done.

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