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Byline: Paul Sullivan
CHICAGO _ With the Chicago Cubs trailing Milwaukee by two runs with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday, Eric Karros lined a shot down the right-field line that slowly sank in the chilly, wet air.
The remainder of a crowd of 38,946 followed the flight with nervous anticipation, knowing the runners were moving and the game would be won or lost by a matter of inches, depending on where the ball dropped.
But right fielder Jason Conti made a last-second slide with his glove outstretched, corralling the final out to secure Milwaukee's 2-0 victory and give the Brewers two wins in the three-game …