Cubs Year in Review – 2014

It took the Kansas City Royals 29 years to return to the playoffs this season and with a sweep of the Detroit Tigers, the baseball world is abuzz of the Royals. If anything, Cubs fans are jealous, but also hopeful that the current rebuild will do much of the same for their favorite team. Usually […]

Cubs Month In Review – September

In the final month of the season, Cubs fans learned a lot about their team and got a glimpse of what they might see next season. The Cubs played a lot of teams in the thick of the playoff race and held their own, finishing with a 12-13 record without much help from Starlin Castro […]

Cubs Outlast the Brewers in Opener of Last Series of the Season – Cubs 6, Brewers 4

Game One Hundred Sixty: Cubs 6, Brewers 4 WP – Neil Ramirez (3-3) LP – Jimmy Nelson (2-9) Save – Hector Rondon (28) The Cubs outlasted the Brewers in a sluggish game Friday night that took over three and a half hours to complete. The Cubs jumped out to an early lead when Chris Coghlan […]

Cubs Can’t Keep Up with the Dodgers – Dodgers 8, Cubs 5

Game One Hundred Fifty-Six: Cubs 5, Dodgers 8 WP – Chris Perez (1-3) LP – Jacob Turner (1-4) Save – Kenley Jansen (43) The Dodgers seemingly scored at will throughout the four-game series. The Cubs simply could not keep up Sunday afternoon as the Dodgers put runs on the board in all but three innings […]

Dodgers Jump on Jackson, Pound Cubs Pitching – Dodgers 14, Cubs 5

Game One Hundred Fifty-Four: Cubs 5, Dodgers 14 WP – Clayton Kershaw (20-3) LP – Edwin Jackson (6-15) Save – None Edwin Jackson lasted just two-thirds of an inning as the Dodgers scored six runs in the first inning before Clayton Kershaw threw his first pitch. The Cubs tried to make a game of it, […]

Chris Bosio Talks Cubs Pitching on Inside the Clubhouse

Chris Bosio joined Bruce Levine and Wayne Randazzo during Inside the Clubhouse (670 The Score) Saturday morning. The always candid Cubs pitching coach discussed the young roster, Tsuyoshi Wada, Kyle Hendricks, Jacob Turner, Hector Rondon and the challenge of shuffling a rather large pitching staff over the final month of the season. The Cubs are […]

Doubront Tossed Six Scoreless, Baez and Szczur Homered and the Kids Snapped the Skid – Cubs 6, Pirates 4

Game One Hundred Forty-Eight: Cubs 6, Pirates 4 WP – Felix Doubront (2-1) LP – Jeff Locke (7-5) Save – Hector Rondon (24) Felix Doubront threw six innings of shutout ball, Javier Baez hit his second home run in as many nights, Mike Olt doubled in a run and Matt Szczur went deep for the […]

Stroman Shut the Cubs Down – Blue Jays 8, Cubs 0

Game One Hundred Forty-Four: Cubs 0, Blue Jays 8 WP – Marcus Stroman (10-5) LP – Jacob Turner (1-2) Save – None It took only two hours and 20 minutes for the Cubs to be shutout for the 15th time this season as the Blue Jays took the first of three from the Cubs in dominating […]

Little to No Offense for the Cubs – Pirates 5, Cubs 0

Game One Hundred Forty-Two: Cubs 0, Pirates 5 WP – Francisco Liriano (4-10) LP – Felix Doubront (1-1) Save – None The Cubs struggles with the Pirates pitching staff continued in what ended up being the second game of a doubleheader. The Cubs were shutout for the 14th time on the season and dropped to 4-11 […]

From the Wire: Cubs Recall INF Mike Olt from Triple-A Iowa

As expected, the Cubs recalled INF Mike Olt from Triple-A Iowa. Olt is with the team at Wrigley Field but not in Friday’s starting lineup. Olt spent Wednesday and Thursday on a rehab assignment with Low-A Kane County. Olt was placed on the 7-day minor league disabled list on Aug. 20 with a strained left […]