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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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Too Little, Too Late For Cubs’ Offense

The Chicago Cubs had no answer for Roy Oswalt and the Houston Astros. Oswalt, who has been the lone bright spot for Houston, stymied the Cubs offense all game.  Oswalt shutout the Cubs through 7 innings allowing only 5 hits. Houston's ace showed great command, walking 0 and striking out 6 Cub batters. Trailing by 4, Chicago's offense finally woke up in the 8th inning. Chicago hit a trio of doubles (Derrek L ...

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Houston, You May Have A Huge Problem

Carlos Silva is making the Cubs front office look smarter and smarter with each passing start. Silva who was acquired from Seattle along with cash in exchanged for the unpopular Milton Bradley, looked fantastic in his 2nd straight start. Silva was pulled in his last start due to a minor shoulder pain. He appeared to feel great. Silva allowed 2 runs in 7 innings but neither runs were earned. He didn't allow ...

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The Game That Got Away

With the wind howling out, the Cubs sent their ace to the mound in hopes of sweeping the Brewers out of town. The brooms weren't needed unfortunately due to yet another bullpen collapse. Carlos Zambrano (1-1) had a relatively short outing due to the combination of a high pitch count and what appeared to be forearm cramping. Big Z continued to be inconsistent allowing 4 (3 earned) runs while walking 3 and st ...

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