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The Giants bullpen struggles finally doomed their season

The San Francisco Giants not only had bullpen issues in 2016. They had historic bullpen issues. So, it was only fitting their season came to an end thanks to another colossal bullpen failure. San Francisco led the Cubs 5-2 heading into the ninth inning. It was less than 24 hours after the Giants blew a ninth-inning lead. The Giants still managed to come away with a win on Monday.
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