Cubs Release Shawn Camp

According to the transactions page on, the Cubs released Shawn Camp on July 7, four days after designating him for assignment. Shawn Camp had a bad season with the Cubs after re-signing with the team as a free agent in the off-season. Camp signed a one-year deal worth $1.35 million that included a $200,000 […]

From the Wire … Cubs DFA Shawn Camp, Option Rusin to Iowa and Activate Guerrier and Strop

According to multiple reports, the Cubs designated Shawn Camp for assignment prior to Wednesday’s game. Camp re-signed with the Cubs in the off-season on a one-year, $1.35 million deal that included $200,000 incentives package. Shawn Camp actually pitched worse than Carlos Marmol this season. Camp was 1-1 in 26 games with a 7.04 ERA and a […]

More from Super Tuesday and Other Cubs News, Notes and Rumors

What appeared to be a pretty active day turned into one of the busiest days in the recent history of the organization on Tuesday when the Cubs made a flurry of trades and roster moves that involved 14 players, cash and International slot money. The Cubs signed three international prospects and reportedly agreed to a […]

Cubs Survive a Real Wild One in Seattle – Cubs 7, Mariners 6

Game Eighty – Cubs 7, Mariners 6 WP – Edwin Jackson (4-10) LP – Jeremy Bonderman (1-2) Save – Kevin Gregg (13) It wasn’t easy on Sunday afternoon in Seattle but the Cubs hung on and beat the Mariners to win the series. Edwin Jackson picked up the victory after a shaky outing thanks to […]

Heavy Traffic on Garza, Cubs Watch Gonzalez and Other News and Rumors

With July quickly approaching, if the last few days are any indication the next month leading up to the non-waiver trade deadline should be any but boring for the Chicago Cubs. It appears the front office is willing to discuss all but a few players on their roster. The general feeling is that Matt Garza […]

Cubs Walk-off with a Loss – Cubs 4, Mariners 5

Game Seventy-Eight – Cubs 4, Mariners 5 – 10 innings WP – Yoervis Medina (3-2) LP – Blake Parker (0-1) Save – None The Cubs took a 4-1 lead into the seventh inning on Friday night but the bullpen could not hold the lead and the Mariners walked off with a win in the tenth […]

The Great Garza – Cubs 7, Brewers 2

Game Seventy-Seven – Cubs 7, Brewers 2 WP – Matt Garza (3-1) LP – Wily Peralta (5-9) Save – None If Thursday turns out to be Matt Garza’s swan song with the Cubs, then he saved one of his best for last. Matt Garza struck out a season-high 10 batters over seven dominant innings and […]

Another Big, Bad Inning for Edwin Jackson – Cubs 3, Brewers 9

Game Seventy-Five – Cubs 3, Brewers 9 WP – Kyle Lohse (3-6) LP – Edwin Jackson (3-10) Save – None The Brewers continued their dominance over the Cubs on Tuesday night in Milwaukee as Dale Sveum’s team began a long road trip by being pounded another division rival. With Tuesday’s loss, the Cubs have dropped […]

Astros Squeeze One Out at Wrigley – Cubs 3, Astros 4

Game Seventy-Three – Cubs 3, Astros 4 WP – Jose Cisnero (2-0) LP – Kevin Gregg (2-1) Save – Jose Veras (15) Travis Wood was cruising right along until two outs in the sixth inning when Jose Altuve and Chris Carter reached on back-to-back singles and J.D. Martinez launched a three-run homer onto Waveland that […]

DeJesus Likely Out a Month, Cubs to Recall a Position Player

Prior to Wednesday’s game, Dale Sveum said David DeJesus will likely be out for about a month after a MRI on Monday confirmed DeJesus sprained his right shoulder when he crashed into the wall at Citi Field in New York on Friday night. The Cubs placed DeJesus on the 15-day DL on Saturday morning. Not […]