Enhanced Box Score: Diamondbacks 13, Cubs 5 – April 29, 2010 April 30, 2010, by Brett Taylor Chicago Cubs Yes, well, so, that happened. And it does happen. At least it wasn’t a heartbreaking one-run loss, right? Filed to: Chicago Cubs Post navigation Previous PostPrevious post:Starlin Castro Could Be Headed to Chicago SoonNext Post Next post:God’s Wrath Watch: Esmailin Caridad, Remember Him? Latest from Bleacher Nation: Cubs Roster Moves: Both Anthony Kay and Manny Rodriguez Have Cleared Waivers and Been Outrighted Scott Rolen Will Join Fred McGriff in the 2023 Hall of Fame Class REPORT: White Sox Pitcher Mike Clevinger Under Investigation for Domestic Violence, Child Abuse Chicago Cubs Reportedly Signing Catcher Luis Torrens to a Minor League Deal Red Sox Acquire Shortstop Adalberto Mondesi from the Royals The Nick Madrigal Situation: No Perfect Outcome, Rough Scouting Take, Reps at Third, More Taillon and Homers, Taylor Trade, Wick as an Option, Ross’s Optimism, and Other Cubs Bullets Chicago Cubs Sign Big Reliever Jordan Holloway to a Minor League Deal Blackhawks 2, Canucks 5 — Three Stars, Key Takeaways Enhanced Box Score: Pacers 116, Bulls 110 – January 24, 2023 Pre-Gamin’: Blackhawks at Canucks (9:00 PM CT) – Lineups, Broadcast Info, Game Thread Pre-Gamin’: Bulls at Pacers (6:00 CT) – Broadcast Info, Projected Lineups, What to Watch For BOOM! Braxton Jones Makes PWFA’s All-Rookie Team 2023 Super Bowl Odds: Eagles Are the New Favorites Here Are the Draft Picks the Bulls Still Have (and Can Trade) at the 2023 NBA Trade Deadline This Might Be the Bears’ Best, Most Realistic Trade-Down Option Three Questions for Divisional Round Losers: Buffalo Bills Just a Reminder: Alex Caruso is Really Good at the Whole Defense Thing Author: Brett Taylor Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor. SHOW COMMENTS!