Is Javier Baez the Cubs Future Second Baseman?

There are a lot of questions surrounding the Cubs as the team heads into the off-season. Will the Cubs sign a top of the rotation-type starter? Will the front office be able to acquire or sign the veteran leadership they feel is missing in the clubhouse? And where will the prospects play once they push […]

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Wood Gets Roughed Up, Cubs Get Shutout – Cardinals 8, Cubs 0

Game One Hundred Fifty-Seven: Cubs 0, Cardinals 8 WP – Adam Wainwright (20-9) LP – Travis Wood (8-13) Save – None Travis Wood gave up seven runs, six earned, in his last start of the season while the Cubs offense managed three hits and a walk in seven innings against Adam Wainwright as the Cubs […]

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The Daily CCO: Anthony Rizzo Excited about Cubs as Season Comes to an End

It’s the final week of the baseball season for the Chicago Cubs and the journey that began in February at the Cubs brand new complex comes to an end in six days at Miller Park. It has been another year of change at the big league level for the Cubs and for the first time […]

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Kris Bryant Talked Baseball and the Cubs on The Kap and Haugh Show

Kris and Mike Bryant joined The Kap & Haugh Show (87.7 The Game) last Thursday in the studio for two segments the morning after Kris Bryant received his recognition at Wrigley Field as the Cubs Minor League Player of the Year. Kris and Mike discussed their relationship with Scott Boras and Kris explained what it […]

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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 […]

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The CCO Daily: Chris Coghlan had a Really Good Day and Other Cubs News and Notes

What looked like it was going to be just another one of those days for the Cubs ended up being a fun, come from behind win against one of the best teams in the National League. To the Cubs credit they didn’t quit playing the game even though they were in a big hole third […]

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Coghlan and Alcantara Power Cubs Comeback – Cubs 8, Dodgers 7

Game One Hundred Fifty-Five: Cubs 8, Dodgers 7 WP – Justin Grimm (5-2) LP – Brian Wilson (2-4, BS 4) Save – Hector Rondon (26) In what will be remembered as The Chris Coghlan Game, the young Cubs roster did not quit playing Saturday afternoon after the Dodgers jumped out to a big lead. The […]

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The Daily CCO: Speculation Surrounds Edwin Jackson’s Future with the Cubs

Edwin Jackson’s return to the rotation Friday did not turn out the way he or the team had hoped it would. Jackson gave up four runs to the first seven batters of the game and was gone after two outs and 35 pitches. Edwin Jackson left with a runner on first and before Eric Jokisch […]

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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, […]

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Cubs Commit Too Many Mistakes, Unable to Close Out the Dodgers – Dodgers 8, Cubs 4

Game One Hundred Fifty-Three: Cubs 4, Dodgers 8 WP – Paco Rodriguez (1-0) LP – Neil Ramirez (2-3) Save – None The Cubs took a 4-1 lead into the seventh inning, but the Dodgers batted around, hit Neil Ramirez rather hard and a fielding error by Logan Watkins opened the door to a five-run seventh […]

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