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Walks, relief woes resurface for Cubs in first game of NLCS

LOS ANGELES - Fatigue didn't set in Saturday night for the Cubs as much as another outbreak of control problems, an ineffective bullpen and a dormant offense.

By the time manager Joe Maddon released some frustration in the form of an ejection, the Dodgers were putting the finishing touches on their 5-2 victory in Game 1 of the National League

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