I’m not sure you could have scripted a more appropriate 100th loss for the 2012 Chicago Cubs – shut out by the worst team in baseball, at home in front of a few thousand fans.

The loss, itself, was unremarkable. No hitting. Modestly OK pitching, but they still allowed three runs to a terrible lineup.

Cheers. At least Russell and Camp got their work in …


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