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Selling tickets this winter likely will be a tough task for the Cubs' marketing department now that fans have gotten a chance to see just how far the team is from turning it around. The familiar "Wait till next year" adage has evolved into "Wait till the...
MILWAUKEE — While the Cubs are on pace to lose 100 games for only the third time in franchise history, manager Dale Sveum doesn't think it's affecting the players. "Everybody knows that the 100-loss thing is obviously a number," Sveum said. "You're...
For those who agree with the complete rebuild theory, the Cubs are among the few "fortunate" teams in baseball. They already know they are not going to make the playoffs, they have plenty to sell and there are plenty of buyers lining up with prospects in...
The Cubs have won 12 of their last 16 games. Their starters have an ERA of 1.13 in their last five. The staff itself averaged an earned run a game in the weekend sweep of Arizona. They are playing the kind of baseball we haven’t seen all season...
The Baltimore SunWith next Tuesday’s 4 p.m. trade deadline looming, the Orioleshave a decision to make: bat or arm? Or neither? Dan Connolly reported that the O’s are considering adding a corner infield bat, potentially instead of dealing for a starting...
On June 14, Bryan LaHair was hitting .303 with 12 homers and 26 RBIs and was earning enough respect of peers to later be voted onto the All-Star team. In the six weeks since, LaHair has hit .202 with two home runs and five RBIs. His last homer was July...
AP Sports WriterCHICAGO (AP) — A.J. Burnett pitched a one-hitter, Neil Walker drove in five runs and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat Chicago 5-0 on Tuesday night, hours after the Cubs traded ace Ryan Dempster. Burnett just about stole the spotlight after the Cubs...
LOS ANGELES — In a 41-day stretch that began with Anthony Rizzo's call-up June 26, the Cubs have evolved from a big-market, high-payroll team to a prospect-filled clubhouse, where mega-millionaire Alfonso Soriano sticks out like a sore thumb. The...
SAN DIEGO — Cubs starter Matt Garza is out indefinitely with stress reaction in the back of his right elbow, and could miss the rest of the season. With only 54 games left after Monday, it would seem as though the Cubs would take the conservative...
Tags: David DeJesus, Travis Wood, Jed Hoyer , San Diego Padres, Matt Garza
SAN DIEGO — Left-hander Brooks Raley made his major league debut Tuesday night at Petco Park, and it wasn't a one-game audition. Raley, who became the 15th Cubs rookie to play this season, and the eighth to make his debut, will get a chance to...
With roughly a week left before Tuesday’s 4 p.m. trade deadline, the Orioles are continuing to search for improvements. And it is becoming increasingly clear that adding a corner infield bat with the ability to get on base at a high clip is a major...
Tags: Chase Headley, Jim Thome, Dylan Bundy, San Diego Padres, Sports
Anthony Rizzo again bats third as the Cubs open a weekend series against the Astros at Wrigley Field. Dale Sveum's lineup looks much like it has recently, with Alfonso Soriano batting fourth and Bryan LaHair fifth. Steve Clevenger again catches, with...
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