Longtime Cubs-Dodgers rivalry really revving up

Chicago Tribune
Longtime Cubs-Dodgers rivalry really revving up
Longtime Cubs-Dodgers rivalry really revving up

The Cubs and Dodgers resume their 128-year-old rivalry Monday night in Los Angeles, only five days after playing three games in 28 hours at Wrigley Field. A rain/power outage combo platter last Monday forced the two teams to cram their first series into the short time-frame, which began at noon Tuesday and ended Wednesday afternoon. But the end result was three entertaining games in a playoff-ready atmosphere that whetted the appetite for Round Two in Dodger Stadium. By Thursday, the two teams will have played seven games in 10 days, then won't see each other again unless they meet in the postseason for a third straight year. It's a scheduling quirk that would embarrass MLB if baseball wasn't

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