The game-time temperature Thursday at Wrigley Field was 36 degrees lower than two days ago, from 81 to 45, and the wind was blowing straight in instead of straight out. “That's Chicago, right?” San Diego Padres manager Bud Black said. “I've seen all types here. This is quite a bit different than what we've seen the last couple of games.” San Diego capitalized on a blown pop fly and a passed ball in the eighth inning, turning a two-run deficit into a 4-2 win and splitting the four-game series.
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