Cubs Pitching Can’t Slow Down the Cardinals – Cardinals 7, Cubs 4

Game Twenty-Five – Cubs 4, Cardinals 7 WP – Mitch Harris (1-0) LP – Edwin Jackson (1-1) Save – Trevor Rosenthal (9) For the second night in a row the Cubs built a lead just to see the Cardinals comeback and tie the game. And the bullpen could not keep the Cardinals off the board […]


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Cubs Get No Relief, Give One Back to the Cardinals – Cardinals 10, Cubs 9

Game Twenty-Four – Cubs 9, Cardinals 10 WP – Miguel Socolovich (2-0) LP – Pedro Strop (0-2) Save – Seth Maness (2) There are no two ways about it Monday was a difficult night and a bad loss for the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs had an 8-4 lead as late as the sixth inning before […]


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Cubs Unable to Strop Aramis Ramirez and the Brewers – Brewers 5, Cubs 3

Game Twenty-Three – Cubs 3, Brewers 5 WP – Will Smith (1-0) LP – Pedro Strop (0-1) Save – Francisco Rodriguez (4) Anthony Rizzo, Kris Bryant and Jason Hammel drove in runs, but the offense continued to struggle putting the ball in play while Aramis Ramirez drove in three of the Brewers five runs and […]


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Arrieta and the Cubs Offense Mis-Fiers in an Ugly Loss to the Brewers – Brewers 6, Cubs 1

Game Twenty-Two – Cubs 1, Brewers 6 WP – Mike Fiers (1-3) LP – Jake Arrieta (3-2) Save – None On a hitter’s day at Wrigley with the wind blowing out, the Brewers jumped on Jake Arrieta and never looked back while the Cubs spent the afternoon striking out against Mike Fiers. And the Cubs […]


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Jon Lester Shut ‘Em Out, Addison Russell Hit It Out – Cubs 1, Brewers 0

Game Twenty-One – Cubs 1, Brewers 0 WP – Jon Lester (1-2) LP – Wily Peralta (0-4) Save – Hector Rondon (5) Jon Lester pitched seven innings of shutout ball and Addison Russell went deep in the third inning as the Cubs hung on and beat the Brewers on Friday afternoon at the old ballyard. […]


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Cubs Month In Review – April 2015

What a difference a year makes. With the front office adding some quality veterans and bringing up two of its most heralded prospects, the team posted a 12-8 record for April, the organization’s first winning record in April since 2008. Let’s take a look at why the Cubs made such a giant leap to start […]


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Online Voting is Underway for the 2015 All-Star Game … Rizzo, Castro, Bryant Headline Cubs Ballot

Major League Baseball posted the ballot for the 2015 All-Star Game Wednesday. For the first time, voting for the Mid-Summer Classic has been limited to the Internet. Paper ballots will not available at ballparks this year. Online and mobile voting ends July 2 at 10:59pm CDT. The 86th Annual All-Star Game will take place on Tuesday, […]


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The Daily CCO: Cubs Grind Out a Winning Month and Other News and Notes

The Cubs finished the first month of the season with a 12-8 record and showed steady improvement throughout April. The team ended April with the third best on-base percentage (.329) in the National League behind the Dodgers (.345) and Cardinals (.331) … and fourth in the Senior Circuit in walks (71) seven behind the league […]


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Rough Night for Hendricks Turns into a Loss for the Cubs – Pirates 8, Cubs 1

Game Twenty – Cubs 1, Pirates 8 WP – Gerrit Cole (4-0) LP – Kyle Hendricks (0-1) Save – None The Cubs managed only one run against Pirates’ ace Gerrit Cole while Kyle Hendricks gave the Pirates too many opportunities on Wednesday night as the Pirates salvaged the finale of the three game series at […]


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The Daily CCO: The Cubs are Off and Running

These Cubs are fun to watch and Joe Maddon has his team playing good ball right now. The Cubs posted their fourth straight win Tuesday night behind five two-out run scoring hits. The Cubs have scored all 10 runs in the first two games of the Pirates series on hits with two outs. The Cubs […]


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