Too Many Mistakes, Cubs Give the Mets Game 3 of the NLCS – Mets 5, Cubs 2

National League Championship Series Game 3 – Cubs 2, Mets 5 WP – Jacob deGrom (1-0) LP – Trevor Cahill (0-1) Save – Jeurys Familia (3) The Cubs defensive issues caught up with them Tuesday night and it cost them Game 3 of the National League Championship Series. The Cubs gave the Mets too many […]

Cubs Can’t Dig Out of Early Hole, Lose Game 2 of NLCS – Mets 4, Cubs 1

National League Championship Series Game 2 – Cubs 1, Mets 4 WP – Noah Syndergaard (1-0) LP – Jake Arrieta (0-1) Save – Jeurys Familia (2) Jake Arrieta gave up three runs in the first inning and was lifted after five innings with the Cubs down 4-0. Kris Bryant doubled in Dexter Fowler in the […]

Cubs Power Downs the Cardinals, Cubs Advance to the NLCS – Cubs 6, Cardinals 4

National League Division Series Game 4 – Cubs 6, Cardinals 4 WP – Trevor Cahill (1-0, BS 1) LP – Kevin Siegrist (0-1) Save – Hector Rondon (2) Anthony Rizzo, Javier Baez and Kyle Schwarber launched home runs to right field and Jason Hammel put the Cubs on the board with a two-out single in […]

Cubs Take Lead in Series Behind Historic Home Run Parade – Cubs 8, Cardinals 6

National League Division Series Game 3 – Cubs 8, Cardinals 6 WP – Jake Arrieta (1-0) LP – Michael Wacha (0-1) Save – None The Cubs outslugged the Cardinals on Monday night and took a 2-1 lead in the best of five National League Division Series. The Cubs set Major League records and became the […]

Small Ball and Soler Power Evens the Series – Cubs 6, Cardinals 3

National League Division Series Game 2 – Cubs 6, Cardinals 3 WP – Travis Wood (1-0) LP – Jaime Garcia (0-1) Save – Hector Rondon (1) The Cubs scored five runs in the second inning on two squeeze bunts, an infield single and a two-run homer from Jorge Soler. The Cubs built a 6-1 lead […]

Cubs 2015 Regular Season Highlights – April and May

While the Cubs are preparing for the organization’s first playoff game in seven years, it seemed like the appropriate time to look back month by month at the 2015 regular season. The Cubs seemingly provided one highlight after another and filled the season with countless memorable games. From the first win of the year against […]

Cubs Month in Review – September 2015

After a strong August, September and early October was more of the same for one of the hottest teams in all of baseball. The young squad got stronger as the season wound down and won their last eight games. With the wild card playoff game on Wednesday on every Cubs fans mind, let’s take a […]

Ninety-Seven Wins – Cubs 3, Brewers 1

Game One Hundred Sixty-Two – Cubs 3, Brewers 1 WP – Dan Haren (11-9) LP – Jorge Lopez (1-1) Save – Travis Wood (4) Anthony Rizzo drove in a pair of runs with a single in the first inning. The Cubs scored all three runs in the opening frame and gave Dan Haren and the […]

The Daily CCO: Wild Card Game Still Possible at Wrigley and Other Cubs News

Seven of the 16 games on what could be the last day of the baseball season have playoff implications. And that includes the games at Miller Park between the Cubs and Brewers and the Reds and Pirates in Pittsburgh. The Cubs shutout the Brewers 1-0 on Saturday night behind what Joe Maddon said was Kyle […]

Twenty-Two Wins for Arrieta, Thirty Over for the Cubs – Cubs 6, Brewers 1

Game One Hundred Sixty – Cubs 6, Brewers 1 WP – Jake Arrieta (22-6) LP – Ariel Pena (2-1) Save – None Jake Arrieta completed his historic second half with six shutout innings. Arrieta faced three over the minimum and recorded his 22nd win of the season. Anthony Rizzo homered and drove in three runs. […]