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Old May 30th 2008, 2:54 pm
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What a come back

Down 8-0, 9-1. they came all the way back to take the lead. Lets finish it and win it now.

I think Edmunds was the key player. He broke out, drove in a few runs. He is my FOGPOG of the day
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Marmol struck out the side in the 8th and Woody came back from a lead-off walk and down 2-0 to get a double play and a pop out to nail it down. 10-9 Cubs!
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Me neither. I'm still in shock! And delirious as well!
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How long has it been since any of us have seen a game (comeback) like that?
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Does anyone remember 1989- I think. We were down 9-0 to Houston and came back. Dwight Smith had the game winning hit. Stoney kept saying in the booth 9 may not be enough today. There was a kid in the bleachers that had a card board box top checking the runs off. I think it was 1989.



Down 6-0 to the Brewers last yr - Arams HR off Cordero too comes too mind
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I just checked it- it was 1989 . Paul tits and Assenmacher got the win. The sad thing about the box score I just looked at was it said only 25000 people were there. Sorry for the Chris Berman thing. but I always wished he would call him that
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that was the turning point to last season.

but this game leaves me stunned
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