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June 7, 2014 9:43 PM

Wrigley Field unfriendly to Randy Wolf once again as Miami Marlins fall to Cubs

Wrigley Field has never been very kind to Randy Wolf, a 15-year major-league veteran who has pitched in the “friendly confines” on numerous occasions, and with little success.

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