The bullpen issues that have plagued the Cubs through the first two weeks of the season don’t show signs of going anywhere anytime soon.

It was another big blown save by a reliever that cost the Cubs on Sunday, as Shawn Camp gave up a game-tying homer with the visiting Giants down to their last strike to send the game into extra innings. Once there, Camp surrendered three more tallies, and the Cubs dropped the fourth game of their weekend series with the Giants, 10-7, in 10 innings at Wrigley Field.

The Cubs had just staged a comeback in the bottom of the eighth, scoring twice to tie the game and then take a 7-6 lead. Camp was called on to save the game and recorded two quick outs before giving up a game-tying solo home run to Hunter Pence on a 2-2 pitch.

“I’ve faced him probably 10 times,” Camp said, “and I’ve made that pitch a- thousand times in my career. It’s just a hanging breaking ball, and he hits hanging breaking balls. In that situation it can’t happen. It’s unacceptable, and it cost us the game.”

After the Cubs couldn’t muster a run in the bottom of the ninth, the game spun into extras, where Camp remained on the hill for the Cubs. He allowed back-to-back one-out singles to Hector Sanchez and Brandon Crawford, placing runners at the corners. With Buster Posey at the plate, Camp balked, allowing the go-ahead run to score from third. Posey then singled to make it a two-run lead, and the Giants added another insurance run on a two-out double by Marco Scutaro to extend the San Francisco advantage to 10-7.