Phillies rally past Cubs 4-2

Phillies rally past Cubs 4-2

Chicago : IL : USA | Jul 19, 2011 at 9:29 PM PDT
Source: Daily Southtown
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Tom Cruze~Sun-Times Media The Cubs haven't done much to support or pick up the new guy on the pitching staff this season. But for his part, Matt Garza is at least showing the skeptics why the Cubs spent a pair of especially high-ranked prospects to acquire him from the Tampa Bay Rays. FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Southtown
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