Cubs last chance

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Odds are if you're not a New York Mets fan, you're rooting for the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship Series.  

But those loveable Cubbies are hanging by a thread, trailing the Mets 3-0 in the best-of-seven series.  

One more loss and the Cubs will extend their drought without winning a World Series to 108 years.

Chicago has largely been done in by great pitching, and by the new Mr. October, Mets 2nd baseman Daniel Murphy.

Murphy has homered in every game of the series, and five straight games overall, tying Carlos Beltran's major league record for consecutive postseason games with a home run.

"What can you do? This is not the spot where we want to be, but we're here and we've got to face it," Schwarber said. "This is just a little taste of adversity so we've got to find a way to climb up and get back to where we want to be."

In game 4 Wednesday night, the Cubs chances hinge on the right arm of pitcher Jason Hammel who goes up against lefty Steven Matz of the Mets.

"You've still got to believe," reliever Justin Grimm said. "Anything can happen at this point. I believe in this team. We've taken four in a row from them before and think we're very capable of doing that again."