The 2010 Major League Baseball draft order is out, pending changes due to free agency signings, and the Chicago Cubs come in at 16th. That the Cubs are 16th and[Read More...]
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Most times, a doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Pittsburgh Pirates, where the Cubs scored just two runs total, and gave up 12, would incur a blinding dollop of[Read More...]
Ted Lilly’s stellar 2009 campaign is over, and it ended unfortunately – a four-run first inning spoiled an otherwise excellent performance.
And with that impressive win, the Chicago Cubs were officially eliminated from playoff contention.
The Chicago Cubs welcome the Pirates to Wrigley for four games in three days. The reason for the fourth game is a rain-out in August. That I was at. And[Read More...]
The Chicago Cubs welcome the Cincinnati Reds to town to get one last look at the magical Dusty Baker. Just as long as you’re not missing him. A refresher on[Read More...]
When Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella yanked Carlos Zambrano from yesterday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Zambrano was visibly frustrated with the decision. Zambrano had pitched six effective innings, and[Read More...]
The Cubs sweep the Pirates, and can clearly beat bad teams this year. Unfortunately, there weren’t enough bad teams on the schedule.
The Chicago Cubs led off the game with an MLB record tying eight straight hits. Spread ‘em out, boys.
As always, the Pirates are like soothing aloe on a bad sunburn.
The Chicago Cubs head to PNC to take on the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cubs probably could have used a few series against the Pirates in August. A refresher on the[Read More...]
The Chicago Cubs take on the team formerly known as the San Diego Padres. I guess Jake Peavy probably wouldn’t have been playing at this point anyway. Still, it’s good[Read More...]
Another box scoreless enhanced box score. This time the rain won, and nobody else. It was the Pirates last and best weapon. – Sent from my mobile device