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A couple of quick observations/opinions from today's action:

In the few times I've seen Mike Cameron play center field, I've never seen him take a poorer route to the ball as he did on Chase Utley's drive in the third inning.

I wonder if the whole 100-year drought thing is just too much of a burden for the entire Chicago organization. As soon as James Loney hit his grand slam in the fifth inning to give the Dodgers a 4-2 lead, the game was over and the Cubs fans were disheartened. Tomorrow (today, actually) is a must win for the Cubbies.

The biggest reason for Boston's victory: Not one Angels batter led off the inning by getting on base. It simply limited what they are so good at -- hit and run, stealing bases and keeping constant pressure on the defense.

By Tom Heleba  |  October 2, 2008; 1:22 AM ET
 
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