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Enhanced Box Score: Dodgers 7, Cubs 3 – April 24, 2011

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You won’t win too many series in which you give up 27 runs. Just think about that – 27 runs in three games. Wasn’t the Cubs’ strength supposed to be its pitching? To date, the Cubs have the *worst* starting pitching in the National League. Yes, injury plays a part in that, but what is the explanation for guys like Dempster, Garza, and Zambrano pitching worse than they ever have in their collective 20+ years in the bigs? I’m really starting to wonder.


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