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Cubs Fall to Reds 4-3

The Cubs went into this afternoon's game with a record of 4-11. After getting swept by Miami, they returned to Wrigley Field to play Dusty Baker and the Reds. After losing game one, they won game two - ending their 6-game losing streak. Going for their first series win today, the Cubs rallied late, but fell short 4-3 to the Cincinnati Reds. Today marked the return of Randy Wells as he was called up after Ry ...

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Latest Cubs Notes

After beating the Cardinals on April 13th, the Chicago Cubs have lost 6 straight games. Yesterday, the Cubs beat the Reds 6-1 to end their 6-game skid. Today they go for their first series win of the season, playing the Reds at 1:10 on WGN. Their win yesterday started off a bit shaky with Paul Maholm starting and giving up a double, walk, and single in the 1st. However, he battled and struck out the last tw ...

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Cubs 2011 Rotation Looks Like a Big Question Mark

Coming into the 2010 season, the Cubs knew they had one of the stronger starting rotations in the National League. Ryan Dempster established himself as a solid front of the rotation starter, Randy Wells was coming off a stellar rookie season, Carlos Zambrano lost a ton of weight, Carlos Silva had been moved across the mound, and Ted Lilly would only be delayed a few weeks. At the All-Star Break, the Cubs st ...

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Despite Ninth Inning Tease, Cubs Lose to Reds

The Cubs cannot just lose games, they always have to do it in the most frustrating ways. Today's 4-3 loss to the Reds was another exercise in bad offense, but one that should have resulted in a Cubs' win anyway. It was the Cubs' 26th one run loss this season. The Cubs did their best to avoid a ninth inning rally, but Reds' closer Francisco Cordero walked the bases loaded and hit a batter before Dusty Baker ...

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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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