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Monday, September 22, 2008
- In a short day today, not much going on, but Arizona took care of St. Louis 4-2 and edged to within two games of the NL West.
- In a bizarre night, the Cubs walloped the Mets 9-5 in a game that included a grand slam by Chicago starting pitcher Jason Marquis, who drove in five of the Cubs' runs. The Cubs clinched home-field advantage in the first two rounds of the playoffs with the victory.
- Philadelphia beat the Braves 6-2 to extend their lead in the NL East to 2.5 games with six to go.
- Here's Bob Timmermann's wrap on the other fun going on.
Just wanted to make you aware of this rather bizarre Times article to see what you think: