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Enhanced Box Score: Phillies 6, Cubs 12 – July 15, 2010

So begins a stretch with just enough offense and just enough pitching for the Chicago Cubs to put together just enough wins to keep them from selling at the trade deadline, only to fall flat in early to mid-August (but then winning just enough in late August to let the waiver trade deadline also pass […]

Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 7, Dodgers 3 – July 10, 2010

Geovany Soto continues to rake (from the 8-hole), and he’s starting to make me wonder why he wasn’t included in the All-Star snub discussion, let alone the actual All-Star discussion. Yadier Molina, proving that the fans voting for All-Stars are morons, currently sports a .593 OPS (no, that is not a typo). The only other […]

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Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 6, Diamondbacks 4 – July 6, 2010

Holy smokes, the Chicago Cubs have won a series. If they can take two of three the rest of the year, they can totally get to 84 wins! But seriously, Aramis Ramirez finally broke out, doing more in one game than he’s done in over a month of play. But, well, the enhancement is dedicated […]

Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 9, D-Backs 4 – July 5, 2010

I’d almost forgotten how Diamondback pitching is to the Chicago Cubs’ offense as the Chicago Cubs’ offense is to every other team’s pitching. Kosuke Fukudome blew up (finally), and Geovany Soto tore it up. And the very back-end of the bullpen was once again great.

Enhanced Box Score: Reds 3, Cubs 2 – July 1, 2010

The Cubs surely aren’t making it easy on me when it comes to making Enhanced Box Scores. For one thing, they keep freaking losing – don’t get me wrong; I can come up with good stuff for losses. But it ain’t fun. For another thing, they keep losing in the same way every time.

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Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 8, Sox 6 – June 27, 2010

The 2010 Chicago Cubs have been fans of using up all of their offense in one game. Today was no different – coming after the first two games in the series, which were also typical of the 2010 season – though they ended up needing almost all of those runs thanks to a 9th inning […]

Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 0, Sox 6 – June 25, 2010

Lost in the explosion of verbal diarrhea that became Carlos Zambrano’s game, the Chicago Cubs offense still sucks. Hard. The 2010 version of Jake Peavy has been brutal – and yet, when he’s faced the Cubs, he’s looked like the Jake Peavy of old. As for the pitching, the bullpen really didn’t need to be […]

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