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The Right to Grief - Game 71, Cubs at Jays

A tough game yesterday for our heroic corvids, but perhaps today will be a better day. A David Eckstein made things tough on Doc Halladay, and he surrendered a 3-run home run to old friend Reed Johnson from which the Jays were unable to recover. The Jays offense was completely punchless against the mediocre Jason Marquis.

Today's rubber match should be an interesting one. Another old friend, Theodore Roosevelt Lilly, pitches for Chicago while Jesse Litsch goes for Toronto.

By the way, Yahoo's Big League Stew is looking for advice and comments about the Rogers Centre for an upcoming article Here's an idea of what they're looking for . If you have input, please e-mail 'Duk at I think he needs the info today, though. Let's go Jays!