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May 12, 2000

Quote: "You don't ever worry about the clock. There's no slowdown time in baseball." - Brewers manager Davey Lopes, on yesterday's 4-hour, 22-minute game against the Cubs, the longest in National League history.

It's a fact: During their four-game series, the Cubs and Brewers combined for 69 runs, 96 hits and 17 home runs.

Who's hot: The Reds' Dmitri Young extended his hitting streak to a career-high 16 games.

Who's not: In his past three starts, Mets pitcher Rick Reed has given up 15 earned runs in 21 1/3 innings.

On deck: The Braves hit the road to take on Philadelphia and Curt Schilling (1-1).

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