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Cubs face elimination after Stephen Strasburg dominates in Game 4

CHICAGO - Faced with a win-or-go-home game Thursday night, there's some relief for the Cubs in knowing they won't face Stephen Strasburg and his devastating changeup.

"It's probably like you going to Sluggers and trying to hit," Anthony Rizzo joked to a reporter.

Rizzo and his teammates flailed away against Strasburg on Wednesday as the ailing Nationals starter struck out 12

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