Cub fans have one thing on their mind after tonight's game, the curse. Everyone wrote the Dodgers off before this series even started, including myself. Even after the loss in game 2 to Kershaw I don't think many people thought the Dodgers would have a legitimate chance at winning this series, but that's why they play the games. A man that was pitching for the Long Island Ducks last summer was now pitching in a pivotal game 3. That man was Rich Hill and boy did he live up to the moment. He threw 6 shutout innings, allowing just 2 hits, and struck out 6. The two hits he let up were to Kris Bryant, besides him the rest of the Cubs lineup looked lost up there against Hill. Kershaw and Hill are two lefty pitchers that throw curveballs as the majority of their pitches. It just so happens that the Cub hitters are awful at hitting the curveball, hitting a combined .190 against the curveball. These lefty pitchers were an absolute nightmare for these Cubs hitters and they have another one coming for them in game 4, the young up and coming star Julio Urias. Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves though, back to tonight's game. Jake Arrieta, clearly the bigger name of the two starting pitchers, didn't look like his former Cy Young self tonight. He allowed 4 runs in 5 innings, giving up two huge home runs to Yasmani Grandal and Justin Turner. Corey Seager continued his postseason tear going 3 for 4 with a RBI single. The Dodgers stayed very aggressive all night, in the bottom of the 8th when they were already up by 4 they decided to keep putting the pressure on, making sure they could get all the insurance runs possible. Puig would score on a hit and run double from Joc Pederson. Pederson would then steal 3rd and score on a fielders choice, it's the little things like that ensure you win ball games, and it also just absolutely deflates the other teams confidence. Speaking of deflating confidences, the Cubs did not look like a very confident team late in this game judging by their body language, that's the absolute last thing you want to see as a Cubs fan. The look of defeat when there's so much baseball left to be played in this series is definitley not a good sign, I swear it's like the Cubs are psyching themselves out, and they're over-thinking things way too much. Just play baseball man! That's what the Dodgers are doing, they're just playing the game hard, and good things are happening. Dave Roberts has been the real MVP of the postseason for the Dodgers thus far, he's proving to be a bright young managerial mind, and his unorthodox methods have been working great. Cubs ultimately would end up getting shutout for the second straight game, losing this one 6-0. The Chicago Bats needs to pick it up and pick it up fast, especially the middle of that order which has just been absolutely dreadful this series. Dodgers now take a 2-1 lead in this series and every Cubs fan is not going to be able to sleep tonight. The curse is real folks, I'm sorry if you're one of those science people because you're just flat out wrong, this curse is very real, and it's ruining the lives of Chicago fans everywhere.