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Jacob Turner Reaction: Theo Still Cheap When It Comes To Pitching

Last night in Cincinnati, which is in Ohio, the Cubs played the Reds in a baseball game. They sent recently acquired Jacob Turner, whom they got from Miami, for two minor leaguers, to the mound; he did not fare well, as he only lasted 2 & 2/3 of an inning, surrendering 7 hits, 6 runs; only 3 of which were earned-due to shoddy fielding by his infielders, who were Baez, Castro and Valbuena; and 2 walks. 386 more words

Jorge Soler

A lifetime of following the Cubs

I recently had an opportunity to take in a beautiful view of the Chicago skyline, Lake Michigan, and Wrigley Field at the same time. I enjoyed them all, but the one shot that I wanted to have with me in it was the Wrigley Field vista. 325 more words


Giants win 'Tarp Game' Appeal: Rapid Reaction

The San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs are, as I write this, currently playing in a game that actually started on Tuesday. A game, interestingly enough, that was actually originally awarded to the Cubs. 558 more words


Roberts Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

Earlier today, Dave “Doc” Roberts accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Amy Gutierrez. He challenged Jed Hoyer, general manager for the Chicago Cubs, … 17 more words


Straily Struggles For Cubs


As debuts go, there are great debuts like Guns N Roses, “Appetite For Destruction” with its searing guitars and howling vocals and then there are the kind of debuts which aren’t as well known. 364 more words


Levine: Cubs' Pitching Plan Might Include Run At Lester

By Bruce Levine-

CHICAGO (CBS) – Pitching depth and quality inventory are the prime objectives for the Chicago Cubs’ front office in completing a rebuild of the franchise over the next two seasons. 573 more words


Levine: Baez's 1st Wrigley Blast Ignites Cubs

By Bruce Levine-

(CBS) The legend of young Cubs second baseman Javier Baez continues to grow with every at-bat in the big leagues. On Wednesday night in a 4-2 win against the Brewers, the 21-year-old rookie hit a frozen rope out of Wrigley Field that reminded Cubs fans of Sammy Sosa’s majestic home runs back in the day. 346 more words