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Cubs-Dodgers in NLCS: Who has the edge?

The Cubs and Dodgers open the NLCS Saturday in Los Angeles. Who has the edge?

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- Starting pitching

Scrambling to win the division series leaves the Cubs with a less-than-ideal setup. Jake Arrieta lacked the stamina to pitch five innings in Game 4 against the Nationals, necessitating 32/3 innings of relief from Jon Lester, and Jose Quintana was needed to throw 12 pitches in

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