The Daily CCO: Cubs Won Another One-Run Game

The Cubs posted their third walk-off win of the season Wednesday night, the team’s first walk-off victory since April 18 when Starlin Castro delivered the game winner in the 11th inning against the Padres. The Cubs improved to 9-6 in the 15 games the team has played that has been decided by one run. The Cubs […]


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The Daily CCO: Kris Bryant is a Baseball Player and Other Cubs News and Notes

Kris Bryant continues to impress and prove that he is more than just a home run hitter, even though he hit another longball Tuesday night. Bryant has gone yard in three of his last four games after the media started making a big deal about him not hitting the ball out of the park. In […]


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The Daily CCO: Jon Lester Stinks and Other Cubs News and Notes

Jon Lester did not start his career with the Cubs the way he would have liked. A dead, or tired, arm in Spring Training put him behind and kept him from preparing for the season. Lester struggled on Opening Night and lasted only 4 1/3 innings against the Cardinals while St. Louis exposed in front […]


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The Daily CCO: Pitching is Cubs Biggest Concern and Other News and Notes

There are no two ways about it, the Cubs had a rough week with only two wins in seven days (2-5). The Cubs did more than their fair share of swinging and missing and became the first team to strikeout 300 times this season. The Cubs have struck out 304 times in 30 games, as […]


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Cubs Weekend Headlines: Bryant, Russell, Major and Minor News plus a Rumor or Two

The weekend in Milwaukee didn’t exactly go as the Cubs had hoped. After winning Friday and taking the first game, the Cubs were blown out Saturday night and lost in 11 innings on Sunday. The Cubs wrapped up a frustrating seven-game road trip with a 2-5 record. Kris Bryant and Addison Russell provided the highlights […]


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The Daily CCO: Changes Coming to the Cubs Roster? Bryant Homers, Ross Pitches and Other News

Happy Mother’s Day There could be another round of the Cubs’ roster shuffle in the near future. Joe Maddon said there is ongoing conversation about roster changes. And Maddon indicated after Saturday’s game he recently had a meeting with coaches to “talk about players.” The starting rotation and relievers have not pitched to expectations. The […]


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Cubs Set to Open Left and Center Field Bleachers, Cubs Charities to Pink Out the Bleachers

Wrigley Field’s Budweiser Bleachers to Open as the Cubs Host the New York Mets (May 11-14) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (May 15-17) … Cubs Charities and Advocate Healthcare to “Pink Out” the Budweiser Bleachers May 11 on the first home game after Mother’s Day The Cubs return home to host the New York Mets (May […]


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The Daily CCO: Maddon, Bryant, the Cubs Bullpen, Strikeouts and Rock and Roll

A lot of words can be used to describe the Cubs to this point of the season, boring is not one of them. The Cubs won another close game Friday night, one the bullpen nearly gave back. The Cubs broke out the bats and hit for power as a team for the first time this […]


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Addison Russell is Producing for the Cubs

Addison Russell did not garner the attention in Spring Training he deserved and has quietly gone about learning how to play in the big leagues as Comcast SportsNet reported. Calling Russell up in April was not part of the Cubs plans in the spring but injuries and other circumstances led to Russell making his debut […]


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The Daily CCO: Cubs are a Work in Progress

The Cubs didn’t pass their first test of the season in St. Louis. The Cubs went toe-to-toe with the best team in the National League for three games and should have won three of four instead of the other way around. The gap between the Cubs and Cardinals has been shortened. But there is still […]


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