Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 2, Cardinals 3 – September 25, 2011

The Cubs’ offense was once again nearly non-existent, while the pitching was solid until late.

Randy Wells capped his 2011 season by dropping his ERA just under five, but a couple late homers doomed his start.

And so ends the 2011 series with the Cardinals…

Brett Taylor is the editor and lead writer at Bleacher Nation, and can also be found as Bleacher Nation on Twitter and on Facebook.

4 responses to “Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 2, Cardinals 3 – September 25, 2011”

  1. Dan0mite

    I’m gonna be very disappointed if the Cards make it into the post season; knowing that the Cubs could have very easlily won this series.

  2. die hard

    next year Garza, Wells, Coleman starters?…maybe keep Dempster and Lopez?…..Zambrano gone?…below free agent pitcher list as of start of season not promising..one or more may have since cemented long term deal also…not all starters either….so need to find at least 2 starters from our current 40 man roster or minors…ugly future

    Mark Buehrle 33
    Chris Carpenter 37
    Bruce Chen 35
    Bartolo Colon 39
    Aaron Cook 33
    Kyle Davies 28

    Justin Duchscherer 34
    Zach Duke 29
    Jeff Francis 30
    Freddy Garcia 36
    Jon Garland 32
    Aaron Harang 34
    Rich Harden 30
    Livan Hernandez 37
    Edwin Jackson 28
    Kenshin Kawakami 37
    Scott Kazmir 28
    Hiroki Kuroda 37

    Paul Maholm 30
    John Maine 31
    Jason Marquis 33
    Kevin Millwood 37
    Scott Olsen 28
    Roy Oswalt 34
    Brad Penny 34
    Oliver Perez 30
    Joel Pineiro 33
    C.C. Sabathia 31
    Adam Wainwright 30
    Tim Wakefield 45
    Chien-Ming Wang 32
    Brandon Webb 33
    Dontrelle Willis 30
    C.J. Wilson 31
    Chris Young 33

    1. EQ76

      Chris Carpenter just signed an extension with the Cards.& several of the decent names have options.

  3. RY

    second verse same shitty results, reason number 101 why quade is a dipshit manager; lets see, we have ample arms in the bullpen, three games left on the season, wells gives up a bomb to tie it after we had just taken the lead back, so i ve got a great idea, lets trot wells right back out for the eight, quade you are such a stupid shit! i have said it before, if mike quade is the manager of this team in 2012, i will do everything in my power to root against the cubs organization and will laugh hysterically at their continued little league caliber of play! i have been a lifelong cub fan for my 37 years on this planet but enough is enough. quade has no business whatsoever managing my daughter’s softball team let alone a minor league baseball team such as the Chicago Cubs! my advice, fire quade as soon as heath bell records the final out of our season and tell my dummy to find his own way back. we will have the number 6 pick the way it stands now in next years draft and the number one pick the following year once ramirez, pena, dempster, and zambrano no longer put on the cubbie blue next year.