Sean Marshall comes around to score on Ryan Theriot's RBI knock in the fifth. (AP)
By Carrie Muskat / MLB.com
Playing without the injured Aramis Ramirez and Milton Bradley, the Cubs left nine men on base and were unable to stage a late rally after David Patton allowed a grand slam in the seventh. Sean Marshall was solid, allowing three runs in six innings, and he scored Chicago's first run.
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