Madison Bumgarner dominated the Cubs for eight innings, before the Cubs scored just enough runs in the ninth to lose by one (naturally). The team out-hit the Giants, but didn’t take a single walk, struck out 11 times, and once again stunk with runners in scoring position. The bullpen was great, but Paul Maholm had already given up enough to lose by the time they entered the game.
The ninth inning runs came on an Alfonso Soriano homer, but he wasn’t the only guy the Cubs would like to dump who had a good game…
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