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Cubs Host Diamondbacks in Second Series of the 2011 Season

The Chicago Cubs welcome in the Arizona Diamondbacks for a three game series beginning Monday at Wrigley Field. The Cubs are coming off a disappointing series loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates over the weekend. The Cubs had a 2-0 lead in the first game of that series into the sixth inning, until a Neil Walker grand slam off Ryan Dempster gave the Pirates the lead for good. The Cubs bounced back however in a co ...

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Cutting Edge Cubbies? New Faces for Chicago Cubs are Imminent

With only a couple professional sports resuming in Chicago, fans have demoted their attention from Bears to Cubs. However, the Chicago Cubs will be even more similar to Cubbies with new faces in 2011. Will it be enough to muster an NL Central clinch and playoff birth? Our beloved Cubs were expected to bounce back from a decibel of a 2009 season, with the hopeful emergence of younger, maturing players who ha ...

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Silva Stays Perfect As Cubs Sweep Rockies

The Cubs may be 5.5 games out of 1st place but they might end up with some hardware by season's end. Perhaps not a World Series championship, but more likely the Comeback Player of the Year award. Carlos Silva finished the 2009 campaign with a record of 1-3 and an ERA of 8.60. After 8 starts in 2010, Silva sits at a perfect 5-0 with an ERA of just 3.35. If Silva continues to anchor the back end of the Cubs' ...

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Cubs Waste A Wells Pitched Game

Last week in Pittsburgh, Randy Wells had one of his most disappointing starts of his short Major League career. Questions about his maturity and commitment to the team began to arise. Luckily for the Cubs, Wells rebounded well on Tuesday night vs. the Marlins (16-17). However much like the rest of the season, Chicago couldn't get anything going on the offensive side of the ball. The lack of offense spoiled ...

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Cubs Rally Late; Fall To Reds 5-3

Can it get any worse? The Chicago Cubs are playing uninspired baseball and are showing no signs of life despite the injection of youth in the form of Starlin Castro. The Cubs were being no hit by rookie Mike Leake (3-0) until the 6th. Castro beat out an infield single to break up the no hit bid. Up 2-0 in the 7th, Leake threw a wild pitch to Tyler Colvin which allowed Marlon Byrd to score the 1st Cubs run. ...

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