Padres down Cubs in 15 innings on Nick Hundley's single

SAN DIEGO — On the field and off of it, anyone who watched the San Diego Padres outlast the Chicago Cubs on Sunday had a similar reaction. The words might have been slightly different but the bottom line was the same.”That was the strangest game I’ve seen in my life,” said longtime Padres radio announcer Jerry Coleman.San Diego finally held off the Cubs for a 3-2 win in 15 innings, a game that was scoreless until Chicago scored twice in the 13th inning, only to be matched by the Padres in the

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